Fritz & Cindy Meier
Rod & Colleen Lawrence
Rod and Colleen come to us from Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada. Their son Kent plays football in Canada; their daughter Kaleigh attends Vanguard University. Rod supervises truck maintenance and woodworking, as well as overseeing ministry to our backpackers. Colleen is part of our leadership team, and oversees various aspects of the ministry. They have been working at Gleanings since May of 2005.
Sheldon & Carol Munro
Sheldon and Carol Munro completed their Discipleship Training School at Gleanings in 2007. They moved here, with their three children Seth, Kalina, and Kaiden, from Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada and came on staff in June 2010. Sheldon is part of our leadership team, supervises volunteer assignments, and
Al & Norma Gove
Henrijs & Ilze Janbergs
Henrijs and Ilze completed a Discipleship Training School in Latvia; and first joined Gleanings’ staff in 2007. They served two years, then were forced to leave because of immigration issues. After much prayer, and God’s favor, they returned in 2011. They have two young children,
Mark & Lori Ragains
Mark and Lori Ragains and their 5 children attended a DTS in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 2007. They moved to Gleanings with four of their children from Orange County, CA. and came on staff in Dec 2015. They adopted 5 young adults into their family, and have 3 grand children. Most of their kids are in here in California. Alex, Amie, and Katie live with their parents and help with various aspects of the ministry. Mark works in the office managing the IT and Media related work. Lori takes care of homeschooling the girls, is one of our cooks, and is a contributing writer/editor for the newsletter. Together they help lead YWAM United – a group of YWAM bases working together to seek God and have a greater impact in missions.
Bruce is from Armstrong, British Columbia, Canada. In 2009, he graduated from his Discipleship Training School in Kona, Hawaii. Bruce has three children and four grandchildren residing in British Columbia. He joined our staff in January 2016 and serves in our Procurement Department.
Susan Ross is Canadian, from Mission, BC. After completing her Discipleship Training School in Kona, Hawaii in January 2016, she came on staff in November 2016. She manages the quilt
Andy & Chelsea Rotunno
Andy and Chelsea Rotunno are both from Southern California. For ten years they led volunteer teams from their church in Burbank, California to serve at Gleanings before they decided to attend a Discipleship Training School in 2017 as a family. They joined Gleanings staff in March 2018. Andy and Chelsea are excited to be part of the Gleanings staff family and serve the Lord together. Andy directs our summer staff internship program and serves in the procurement department. Chelsea ministers alongside Andy and contributes with her writing talent.
Daniel is from the Pacific Northwest state of Oregon. Daniel graduated from his Discipleship Training school in June of 2018 at YWAM Amsterdam in The Netherlands. He traveled to Israel, Mongolia, and Kyrgyzstan during his outreach. Daniel has been volunteering in the summer fruit season here at Gleanings since 2004, in 2014 he came back as one of our summer staff interns. In 2019 he was part of the summer staff leadership team. Daniel will be staffing our DTS and summer staff programs.
Jesse and Elisabeth Correll
Jesse and Elisabeth, and their son Asher moved here from Burbank, CA. They joined our staff family in April 2020. After completing their DTS here at Gleanings, they applied to come on as full-time staff. Jesse is our production manager in charge of the warehouse, soup plant, and fumigation. Elisabeth is a full-time mom and helps with projects around the base.
Karen Adams is recent DTS graduate who has now devoted her life to full-time missionary service. Originally from Stockton, CA, Karen first came to Gleanings as a volunteer in 2018 and then as a long-term mission builder. She felt a call from God to complete a DTS when she heard about it. “I had been serving here, and I knew that I would experience some real growth if I did the DTS,” Karen said. “I thought it would be the experience of a lifetime—and it was.” Karen works in the kitchen, helping to prepare and serve food to the Gleanings community.