TITLEDirector, Missionary Advocates
Mark grew up in Minneapolis. In 1963, in his home church, God spoke to him and drew him into a saving faith. Instead of finishing college he went into the US Army. He served in California where he met his wife Alice, a graduate of Biola College. They became engaged in Germany. They married in 1973 and had two daughters. Mark served 7 years with a mission organization, then spent 31 years in sales in the food-service industry. Since 2002 Mark and Alice have advocated for Malliga and Chandran in developing Rehoboth Home for Children and Trinity School in India. They are seeking to find new advocates for ANM ministries.