The church is for the people, not the people for the church.
Kent Staton is from Texas, but has lived in many other parts of the USA (like Hawaii, where he met his wife Debbie), as well as Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Kent's prayer is to help the ICF family become passionate disciplers for Christ as they purposefully live in the strength, provision, and peace of the Savior. He also believes that Christians should be the most joyful people on the planet, and regularly incorporates humor when he shares God's Word. You can listen to that yourself by clicking here, or better yet, come visit Sunday morning and get the full ICF treatment! To contact Kent click here.
Jonny Gough is from south Manchester in England. He has been involved in Bible teaching for about 35 years. Jonny is married to Iwona from Warsaw, and they have two adult daughters and a son-in-law. Jonny worked for many years in the Polish Fellowship of Christian Churches. At ICF his duties include teaching, MoG (‘Men of God’ Men’s ministry) and facility management. You can contact Jonny by clicking here.
Jennifer Nagy is from the USA and has lived in many states. Warsaw has been her home for the last 9 years. Jennifer is a missionary with International Messengers and on staff with ICF working in various roles with young adults, youth, worship, counseling, and now small groups and mobilization. Jennifer’s passion is to see people connect to Jesus and grow into fully developed followers living life “on mission” as His Kingdom is built together. Contact Jennifer by clicking here.
Elias Sundar Raj Chandran Leadership Team Chairperson
Elias is from India. He has been involved in youth, worship, and teaching ministries for about 18 years. At ICF, he serves in worship, teaching and small group ministries. As Chairperson of the Leadership Team, his vision is to make ICF enriched with the Word of God, and to develop and equip leaders for the extension of the Kingdom of God. To contact Elias, click here.
Iwona Gough is from Warsaw and is married to Jonny. They have two adult daughters and a son-in-law. Iwona’s responsibility through coordinating this practical hospitality ministry is to provide an opportunity for newcomers as well as regular church-goers to connect and integrate with each other, and to enhance their own interpersonal, cultural and practical skills. Her passion is to provide a platform where members of the ICF community can connect with Christ himself and with each other, grow in character, skill and knowledge, and serve others, which is the principle we practise at ICF.