Sid Jansma III - Chair

Sid is the President and CEO of Wolverine Gas and Oil Corporation in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Wolverine is an independent oil and gas exploration company with production in the continental United States. Sid began working in the oil fields of Michigan at the age of 16.


Chris Evans - Vice Chair

Chris and his wife Cathy have been married for 25 years and are members of The Summit Church in North Carolina. He has explored the relationship between work and faith for much of his career, and is the author of the book Fruit at Work.


Bill McKendry

Bill’s quest to help grow the impact of nonprofits began in 1994 when he brought years of big agency and big brand experience to the table in co-founding Hanon McKendry – an advertising and branding firm that has dedicated over 50% of its work to helping causes and issues that advance humanity and human kindness.


Chip Sanders

Chip Sanders has served as Global Director of Language Program Services for SIL.  SIL serves language communities worldwide, building their capacity for sustainable language development, by means of research, translation, training and materials development.


David Pope

For the first nine years of his career, Dr. David Pope worked as an accountant and administrator in the public utility industry. For the past 28 years, David has used these skills in ministry as a pastor, missionary, and non-profit executive in five states and three foreign countries.


Dennis M Mulder

Sharon, his wife of 52 years, and Denny live in Mesa, Arizona where they attend the Phoenix United Reformed Church. They have three sons all born on a different continent. Mike, their oldest, was born in the state of Michigan while he was attending Calvin College and Seminary.


Doug Gamble

Doug’s current role is that of a 'missional catalyst' to make Great Commission living a normal and 'doable' experience for anyone at Crossroads Fellowship. He has been married to Kathy Sue, “the love of his life”, since 1980.


Margie Johnson

Margie's love for and interest in the Deaf began in elementary school where she had deaf kids mainstreamed into her classes. That led her to a degree in deaf education at Michigan State and on to teaching the deaf at both the elementary and high school levels.



Recent Board Members


clare de graaf picClare De Graaf

Clare De Graaf is the founding Chair of the Board of DOOR International. He's also a spiritual mentor, elder, Bible teacher, real estate investor and author of "The 10 Second Rule." Clare lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and is married with six children and 19 grandchildren.