CECP is dedicated to helping missionaries win. To fulfill this goal, we run an administratively light organisation with very little overhead. Approximately 95% of everything that is given ends up on the mission field. Our team is committed to keeping this small administrative footprint to enable more gospel impact with the precious resources provided by God's people.
Eric runs our office in Durham, North Carolina and serves our missionaries with excellent financial administration. A graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill with a degree in accounting, Eric also serves as Executive Pastor of King's Park International Church. Along with helping to mobilse missionaries for gospel advance, Eric enjoys spending time with his family and photography. Email Eric.
The CECP Board of directors provides covering and policy oversight to ensure that our missionaries have what it takes to get the job done.
Growing up reading about the need for the gospel in Eastern Europe through books like God's Smuggler, God called Tom to missionary life in Europe through a short term missions trip in 1990. That trip sparked a church planting ministry in Ukraine and served as the catalyst for what has become CECP. Tom lives in Bathgate, Scotland with his wife, Jean, and six daughters, and is the lead pastor at Centrepoint Church. Fortunately, he preaches better than he plays golf.
Joe is an entrepreneurial mechanical engineer who founded and leads Delta Engineering in Greenville, SC. He and his wife, Sherry, continue to live outside Greenville and enjoy their children and grandchildren. Joe’s only weakness is that he is a rabid Clemson fan.
Dr. Lee Nelson
Lee is board certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgery (ABNS) and has been a partner at Boulder Neurosurgical & Spine Associates (BNA) since 2006. Dr. Nelson moved to Colorado to enjoy the outdoors and enjoys skiing, hiking and motorcycle touring. He resides with his wife, Debbie, and their three children in Boulder County.
Additional Board Members retain an undisclosed public identity due to missions work in sensitive areas.