The Rev. Timothy C. Geoffrion, Ph.D., D.D.
President and Teaching Minister
Tim is an ordained American Baptist Churches minister with a Ph.D. in New Testament Studies from the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago. He also holds an (honorary) Doctor of Divinity degree from Myanmar Institute of Theology (MIT). He has served as a church pastor, seminary professor, and nonprofit executive director. Currently, as co-founder and president of Faith, Hope, and Love Global Ministries, he focuses on Christian leadership development globally. As a primary role for many years, he has served as an ongoing Visiting Professor of New Testament and Christian Spirituality at Myanmar Institute of Theology (MIT) since 2009. Since the pandemic Tim conducts his courses and webinars online in Myanmar and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and he travels to Thailand for in-person teachings and ministry to Burmese refugees from Myanmar. He is the author of five published books, including What We Can Expect from God Now: Seven Spiritual Truths for Trusting God in Troubled Times (2020), The Spirit-Led Leader: Nine Leadership Practices and Soul Principles (Alban Institute, 2005), and Saying Yes to God: How To Keep in Step with the Spirit (Cascade Books, 2017). He is also the author of many scholarly articles, published in numerous journals. He and his wife, Jill, live in Wayzata, MN, their home base in the U.S. when not serving abroad.
Mrs. Claire Kellner
Administrative Assistant, USA
Claire is a former teacher who now loves being a stay-at-home mom. At Christ Presbyterian church, she serves as a community group leader and leads a small group at Mom’s Morning. Her passion for Christ shows through her care of others and many leadership roles. Her husband, TJ, their two sons Rory & Peyton, and she live in Minnetonka, Minnesota.
Mrs. Corrina Conley
Volunteer Book Keeper
After beginning in the fiduciary accounting area, Corrina’s career included departmental and executive leadership roles. In retirement she started Called Forward Consulting, LLC providing strategic, organizational, and financial consulting to a variety of small or non-profit organizations. Corrina has been married to her husband Paul since 1983, they have 3 adult children: Sam, Ben, and Rachel. Corrina also has the profound privilege of being the primary support for her mother.
Mr. Saw Newton
Administrative & Program Assistant
Saw Newton is Karen (also known as Kayin, one of the eight major ethnic groups in Myanmar). He is a 2019 Master of Divinity graduate of Myanmar Institute of Theology, where Tim teaches. He is now working as the Administrative and Program Assistant for Faith, Hope, and Love Global Ministries, Yangon Office. In addition to administrative duties, he accompanies Tim when FHLGM conducts Christian Leadership Development workshops around Myanmar and elsewhere in Southeast Asia. His other major responsibility is to translate some of Tim’s books and materials into Burmese and Sagaw Karen.
Rev. Kambere Bolingo, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator for Eastern Congo
The Rev. Bolingo Kambere served as the Head Chaplain and Coordinator of the Nehemiah (community-based, development and discipleship) Program at HEAL Africa, Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo for 10 years, prior to commencing a PhD program in Biblical Studies at the University of South Africa. He expects to graduate this year (2021) and will work part time for FHL Global Ministries while simultaneously serving as one of the pastors in his Baptist Church in Goma and serving in other ministries and teaching roles. His responsibilities will include overseeing the publication and distribution of Tim’s most recent book in French. In addition, Bolingo coordinates the FHLGM team of volunteers in the Congo and organizes webinars for Tim’s teaching.
Mrs. Rosy Kaliki
Assistant to the DRC National Coordinator
Since Rosy was a child, she has been involved in CBCA, a Baptist community in Central Africa as an active member of the Church to better serve youth and women ministries. Also a former teacher and principal Rosy continued on to receive her masters and in 2019 began working at the CBCA head office as a school advisor. Currently she is an executive secretary of the Centre for University Didactics (CDU) in Goma and will be supporting Faith, Hope, and Love with the organization of seminars and webinars in the DRC.