The International Leadership Team exists to guide, guard & govern the All Nations movement & its member churches. It is apostolic but not hierarchical; the senior leader is senior among equals. Decisions are made through prayer & consensus wherever possible. There are no term limits set on ILT members but they do regularly assess succession & new appointment needs. They follow biblical church leadership practices & principles. Each team member submits major decisions to the team (particularly where it might impact the broader All Nations family).
Mary is the International Executive Leader of All Nations. She leads the All Nations International Leadership Team (ILT) and the Global Working Team. Mary is passionate about finishing the Great Commission in this generation by making disciples in every remaining unreached people group of the world. Born in Taiwan and raised on four continents, Mary has lived in Swaziland, Taiwan, Indonesia, New Zealand, Philippines, Hong Kong, and the U.S., and traveled extensively. She served for four years in World Vision Taiwan and World Vision Hong Kong. In World Vision Taiwan, Mary was the Manager of the International Ministry Department. She received her doctoral degree in strategic leadership from Regent University, VA in 2017. She is married to John Ho and has two boys.
Juergen and Monika live in Hamburg and are leading the work of All Nations in Germany. They visit on-site works, speak at conferences and coach other All Nations members. Dr. Juergen Kramer is a church planter as well as a successful businessman, who leads his own consulting practice for senior business leaders. Over the last years Juergen developed the All Nations business for mission approach. He heads up a team of business people to train church planters to sustain themselves through business and mobilize believing business people to get involved in the mission. Monika is a gifted evangelist and was incremental in the start of a small movement in Hamburg, Germany.
Isabel is a New Zealander in Australia. She and her late husband, Trevor, have 4 children, 9 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. She gave her life to the Lord when she was 8, was called to serve as a missionary at 9, became a registered nurse, married Trevor in bible college. After marrying, they went into pastoral ministry, and then to India in 1964. From small beginnings with a small team, the churches now number many thousands and are still growing and under Indian leadership since 1977. Sometime after, she met with Floyd McClung and was invited to join the team. She loves to mentor, counsel, encourage, pray, listen, and be a resource person – whatever can help the All Nations as they labor in the amazing places God has called them to.
Pastor Matt and his wife, Elizabeth, founded and are currently pastoring Living Water Church in Tainan, Taiwan. Matt and Elizabeth have seven children, two grandchildren and are whole-heartedly dedicated to raising up youth to live holy and righteous lives while equipping them to impact their campuses, families, and ultimately, society. Their main ministries other than pastoring include SHINE, a nation-wide youth movement calling young people to live in sexual purity, FLI (Forerunner Leadership Institute), an institute training kingdom leaders for the mission field, the market place, or full-time ministry, and ANHOP (All Nations House of Prayer), where worship and prayer happens daily, as well as intercession for the church and the harvest until the day of His return!
Floyd & Sally are the founders of All Nations Family. Floyd has spoken on more than 100 university campuses and has traveled to about 200 countries. He is the author of sixteen books, including the best-selling books, “The Father Heart of God” and “Living on the Devil’s Doorstep”. Floyd and Sally were married in 1967 and have two children and two grandchildren. In 1970 they pioneered a live-in community in Kabul, Afghanistan for young westerners traveling on the hippie trail. The McClungs moved to Amsterdam, Holland in 1973 to establish an inner-city ministry, which eventually grew to over 300 staff and volunteers. After some time, they established All Nations. The McClungs live in Cape Town, South Africa where they also pioneered a training and outreach community.
Pam spent ten years in Central Asia as a church planter and Bible translator working among a previously unengaged people group. Along with others, she was able to help lead people to Jesus and train them to lead their own churches. The local believers have, in turn, shared Jesus with others and also raised up other leaders. Pam’s heart is to train and send church planters to share Jesus with other unreached people groups: those who would never have any chance in their lives to hear about Him. To this end, she trains and coaches disciples who make disciples based on simple Biblical and research based best practices.