What we're doing now

  • Our main ministry focus, in InterserveUSA, is Ethnoserve, working toward strengthening ministry for those immigrating into the USA.
  • As part of the Ethnoserve work, we are members of the National Committee of the Ethnic America Network. Dave is the Secretary of that network. One task of the network is the planning, in cooperation with local committees, a series of Ethnic Workers Summits. Summits have been held in LA, Charlotte, Minneapolis and Philadelphia and Dallas, Atlanta (2006), and Seattle (2007), St. Louis (2008), Phoenix (2009), Spartanburg (2012), and Chicago (2013). Because of all that is involved in putting together these Summits, we have from one to three major meetings (including conference calls) a month.
  • We participate in smaller networks devoted to reaching particular people groups in North America.
  • We are members of the First Asian Indian Baptist Church of Metro Atlanta and help out with various ministries there. Dave has the honorary title of Senior Administrative Pastor.
  • We present a workshop, as invited by churches, to help churches develop ministry to the ethnic peoples in the USA. The workshop is called Going Among the Nations Without a Passport.
  • Dave is the Chairman of "Friends of UBS," an organization supporting the Union Biblical Seminary in India.
  • Dave is the IT Director for Interserve USA. In that role he advises our workers on computer and software purchases, prepares computers for use on the field, and troubleshoots those computers. He also maintains the servers and workstations at the Interserve USA office in Pennsylvania, much of that work done by remote connection from their home office. 
  • Linda designs promotional and instructional materials for their church and for other ministry events.
  • Every summer since 1997 they have directed ?The RAD Project,? the middle school program for the ten-day family camp at Indian Springs Holiness Camp Meeting in Flovilla, Georgia. See http://http://www.radproject.us.
  • And for fun? They go birdwatching and, which is almost, but not quite, as much fun as being grandparents to their six grandchildren!