We believe that God’s plan for Grenada demands we take a multi-directional approach; serving in various roles and settings. This is why we don't center our ministry around one personality or activity. In turn, we've deliberately gathered an eclectic team and collaborate with those of varying backgrounds and skill-sets; so that we minister with diverse strengths and gifting.
Gerry Keens-Douglas is the Grenadian Chairman for our board of directors. He's also a local pastor and the current head of the Evangelical Churches of the West Indies in Grenada; as well as the denomination's Assistant Superintendent for whole of the Caribbean. He's also a founding board member of Youth With A Mission (YWAM) Grenada.
Justin & Erica Zauflik
Justin and Erica Zauflik started Grenada 24-7 in 2012. They're currently our Resident Directors, overseeing all ministries on the island, along with being the U.S. Chairman for our board of directors. Before God called them to Grenada, they ran an interdenominational collegiate ministry for over a decade in the United States. What started as a weekly bible study grew into an international ministry reaching nations in southeast Asia, Africa, Europe and the Caribbean.
Jason & Kari Crigler
Youth and Worship
Jason and Kari Crigler oversee our youth ministry. Before joining us, they helped plant and pastor a church in Louisville, KY. Their heart and calling has led them to minister in East Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America. For over ten years, Jason worked with refugees from all over the globe and was the director of a residential recovery program for homeless men. Fun Fact: Jason was an intern with another ministry in Grenada when he was 17.
Alvin Campbell is a Grenadian pastor with a huge heart for evangelism and missions. He oversees a discipleship ministry in the schools, as well as programs focused on reaching kids in the village. Alvin often plays the role of cultural liaison and "all things Grenada" expert for our guests and mission teams.
Born in Guyana, Michael Tiamfook was called to pastor in one of the larger and more impoverished villages in Grenada. He also often mobilizes local programs and outreaches for international mission organizations; such as Samaritan's purse, Youth for Christ, Interschool Christian Fellowship, among others.
Along with being great friends, the following men have been called to help our ministry succeed. These are the men that we look to for counsel, accountability, encouragement and pastoring. In essence, they're our "Council of Pastors".
Bo is one of our founding board members and has been supporting and pastoring missions in Grenada for over 30 years. In 2006, he sensed God leading him to start a new church in the United States (The Bridge Community Church of Northern Kentucky). What started with just a handful of people grew into a church of over 800 in just a few short years. Along with being a pastor, he's ministered extensively in Europe, India, the Philippines, and of course Grenada.
Chuck is one of our founding board members as well as currently serving as the board's secretary. Being an executive in the financial services industry, Chuck brings a wealth of ministry and business experience as he supports and pastors missionaries serving around the globe.
El was born and raised in Mbieri, Nigeria. Since 1996, he's been mentoring local Grenadian pastors and organizing yearly mission trips to the island. Currently living in the United States, El retired from the Richland County (Ohio) juvenile court system. He co-founded the "Richland Community Prayer Network and Family Coalition" to mobilize local churches to work together to combat the issues that plague their community.
Chris is key to our summer camp ministry and short-term mission trips. After a career in aircraft manufacturing, he's spent the last 25+ years supporting overseas missions. Chris has mastered the art of "slight of hand" (card tricks, optical illusions) and uses its draw and wonder as a unique way to present the Gospel in places with religious restrictions or language barriers.
When he (Jesus) saw the crowds, he had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.”