Currently it takes 6 Northwest Ministry Network Churches to support 1 of the 87 missionary units sent from our network. This makes us one of the leading Networks in the nation but we believe we can do better. We want to equip every church to have a missions strategy that includes supporting "boots on the ground" missionaries and engages children and teens on regular missions trips. Join us at Network Conference 2020 where we turn our focus of MISSIONS FORWARD - Local, Regional, Global - into action and reach the ends of the earth.


Lake City Church

Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
6000 N Ramsey Road

Monday & Wednesday

Coeur d'Alene Resort

115 S 2nd Street
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814




Dr. John Easter serves as the Strategic Leader for Training for AGWM-Africa. He also serves as the director of Africa’s Hope, a resource ministry that supports several levels of training initiatives in over 40 African national churches. In addition, he serves as vice chancellor of Pan-Africa Theological Seminary, the doctoral program for the Africa Assemblies of God, as well as executive director of the Association for Pentecostal Theological Education in Africa (APTEA).

John’s ministry focus aligns with the AGWM-Africa strategic campaign to train up men and women for church planting, to facilitate missions mobilization in Africa, and to equip missionary educators. His ministry assignment requires interfacing with over 300 AG schools and extension centers.

John and his wife Cheryl have three sons: Kevin, John-John, and Mitchell. Alyssa, their wonderful daughter-in-law, is married to Mitchell.


Ann and Stan, along with their two children, Elle and Stanley, started serving with the Assemblies of God World Missions in 2001. Stan gave his life to the field and is buried in a village in Central Eurasia.

By invitation of village elders, Ann has purchased two homes in the village where Stan is buried. With the Lord’s help, she is currently working on renovations in order to establish a house of prayer in the midst of this unreached people group.


Hal Donaldson is president of Convoy of Hope, a faith- based, non-profit organization that leads humanitarian initiatives across the United States and around the world.

Through Convoy of Hope, families receive supplies and resources through community outreaches, international children’s feeding programs, job training for mothers, agriculture initiatives and disaster relief. More than $1 billion worth of food and supplies have been distributed to more than 100 million people. Charity Navigator, America's largest and most-utilized independent evaluator of charities, has awarded Convoy of Hope the prestigious 4-star rating for 16 consecutive years. Only 1 percent of charities in the United States have reached this achievement. Forbes recognized Convoy of Hope as one of the “Top 100 Charities” in the Nation.

Donaldson served as editor-in-chief of the Evangel magazine for 13 years. He is an award-winning journalist and speaker. He has authored more than 30 books, including his latest two: Disruptive Compassion: Becoming the Revolutionary You Were Born to Be and Your Next 24 Hours: One Day of Kindness Can Change Everything. His awards include the National Distinguished Service Award in Social Welfare, Alumnus of the Year at Bethany University, and 2017 inductee into the Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame.

Donaldson is an alumnus of Evangel University and has a bachelor’s in journalism from San Jose State University and a bachelor’s in biblical studies from Bethany University. He and his wife, Doree, have four daughters: Lindsay, Erin-Rae, Lauren and Haly.