Jimmy Aycock is the ILI International Director for Central Asia. In this podcast, he speaks on the realities of life in the Middle East - North Africa and discusses how ILI is strategically located to equip leaders in the Islamic world.
Kuot Ngor is an ILI alumni who came to the USA as a refugee during the Sudanese Civil War in 1995. He now serves as a missionary with African Hope, spreading the Gospel and planting churches in South Sudan. In today's podcast, Kuot shares the impact of the ILI training on his family, and the incredible testimony of his call to ministry in South Sudan.
Hal Perkins has a passion for discipleship. After being a pastor for 40 years, Hal left his ministry to spend time coaching others in the critical work of making disciples. In this podcast episode, Hal discusses his burden for discipleship and the desire he has to see the Church authentically relational.
Florence Fokoua is the ILI International Director for French-Speaking Africa. In this episode, Florence discusses the History Makers Journey in Cameroon and the spread of the ILI movement in her part of the world.
Wes and Joy Griffin founded the International Leadership Institute (ILI) in 1998. In this podcast episode, Wes shares how ILI became a global movement and what makes it unique.
Al VomSteeg is a Senior International Director for ILI. As a husband, father of three, and grandfather of ten, Al understands the importance of fathers. In today's episode, Al continues his discussion on the overwhelming fatherhood crisis in America and shares biblical insights about the progressive nature of redeemed fatherhood. Listen to part I here.