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Rich is a Native Montanan who married a Montana girl and together they have served as pastors of congregations in Wyoming and Montana for over 25 years. Currently the Greenwald’s are US Missionaries and Rich serves as the Executive Director of RAM Network USA.
Rich is a graduate of Northwest University with a BA in Pastoral Ministries and also holds an MA in Practical Theology from Harrison School of Graduate Studies. Kim graduated from Southwestern Assemblies of God University with a BA in Church Ministries. The Greenwald's have been married for over 30 years and have 2 married daughters and 3 grandchildren.
Jim and Chele Brown have been in pastoral ministry for over 32 years. About 25 of those years have been pastoring in rural communities. In 2011 God began to speak to their hearts about a change. It was during a rural pastor’s training that God showed them the next step in their ministry journey. Growing up, ministering, and raising two daughters in small towns has given the Browns an understanding and a heart passionate for rural communities and churches. Through Rural America Ministry Network, they can work with pastors and churches to see them refreshed, refocused, and intentionally impacting their communities with the love of Christ. It is their desire to promote and enhance the existing ministries in rural communities as well as see new churches planted in rural areas.
Ken and Tammy Pryor are Assembly of God US missionaries to rural pastors and churches. Serving with Rural America Ministries Network as construction specialists and encouragers bringing teams to help rural churches with their building projects and community outreaches. The Pryor’s also oversee operations at Lonesome Dove Ranch, headquarters for The Water Tower Network where summer camps for children in the foster care system are held each year.
Albert and April live in Keene, ND and are working with farmers, ranchers and churches in this rural part of the country to bring Rural Americans to faith in Christ. They have 4 beautiful children who love life on the plains of North Dakota.