Church appointed Interim Director at Wiconi International


Last updated 1/17/2015 at 3:09pm

Casey Church

Casey and his wife Lora, Navajo, have five children. (L to R): Deezbah, Lora, Bahozhoni (front), Shandiin, Casey, Nizhoni, Alilee. Alilee and Shandiin are in university and Nizhoni plans to start this fall. It won't be too long before the two youngest will be heading off as well.

VANCOUVER, WA-Wiconi International announced the appointment of Casey Church to be the Interim Director, effective January 1, 2015. Church is a member of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi of Michigan and his wife Lora Church, a member of the Navajo Nation.

The Churches have been active members of Wiconi where they have led several activities at the Wiconi Living Waters Family Camp. In 2014, Casey was appointed as the Camp Director.

"Casey brings many years of working alongside Richard [Twiss] and has a clear understanding of Wiconi's vision and mission," stated Wiconi Board Chairman Jerry Romano.

Church attended Grand Rapids Theological Seminary and later Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He is now pursuing a Doctor of Missiology at Fuller Seminary's School of Intercultural Studies.

The Churches are parents of four daughters and a son. You can read Casey's story on pages 10-11 of this issue.


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