International Ministerial Fellowship

Serving Those Who Serve Others

Non-agency missionaries

The following are some of the many IMF members who are engaged in mission outreach, but not as members of our missions department.

Lee Baas

Lee Baas coordinates W.I.T.S. (Walking In Their Shoes) Ministry) W.I.T.S. provides confidential "on-site" care for missionaries and their families.  Lee says "this service is provided without cost to any missionary anywhere in the world. Basic to our service is non-confrontational listening, coupled with solid spiritual and psychological counseling. In 2011, we provided counseling support to missionaries and national pastors in East Africa, West Africa, Japan, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and Cambodia. We also led 3 missionary retreats."

Faye Badgery

Isaiah 61:1-3 Verse 3 "To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion, to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that He might be glorified." This ministry, "The Planting of the Lord Ministries International," was birthed in 1988 and has touched many nations, bringing glory to the Lord.

Ian Buckley







Lee Anne Risk, Mexico

Lee Anne Risk has worked in Mexico for the past 25 years. She, along with her daughter, Katy and son-in-law Horacio maintain the Casa Hogar orphanage in Zacatecas. Horacio and Katy pastor a local church, Centro Cristiano Roca Eterna. They all assist in youth outreaches, including a summer missions camp, and hosting groups. Lee Anne now focuses on her work, as missions director, with Canzion Institutes (which are currently located throughout Latin America, Europe and Africa).

"Hechos" is the new summer youth outreach for teens 13-19. This is a missions focused 10 outreach...5 days in training and 5 days in the "field". Check out "hechos acts" on facebook!

Raymond and Ruth SimRev. Raymond Sim


Rev Raymond Sim is the founder and Director of Rayhope Ministries. He started this ministry to serve the churches though training and ministry in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia while ministering periodically also in India and the Philippines. He served as a Pastor from 2003-2014 in three churches in Singapore after graduating from Trinity Theological College, Singapore with a Bachelor of Divinity. He is also the Vice President of the Board of Asia Evangelical Fellowship. He is married to Ruth who serves as a volunteer trainer in Rayhope Ministries and they have 3 children, Richard, Rebecca and Ryan.

Michael Vincent


Reverend Michael Vincent is president and founder of Outstretched Hands Ministries.
Matthew 11:28 "Come to Me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest."

In July of 2015 Michael and his wife, Karen, are moving to Guanaja, Honduras to minister to the broken, lost, hurting and addicted. They have a heart to share the gospel of Jesus Christ. Their ministry consists of prayer, evangelizing, building relationships and discipling to fulfill their God given vision.