The Wales Goebel Ministry Staff is a unified, yet diversified group of individuals called by God to fulfill unique areas of ministry. Each staff member is allowed to develop his or her ministry, based on the burden and gift God has given to them. Without those who are called to be support personnel such as bookkeeper, secretaries or office manager, the ministry could not function. God has raised up gifted people to teach Bible classes, do evangelism on a one-to-one basis or in groups, counseling, women’s ministry, Hispanic ministry, and prison ministry.

Jan Bearden
In addition to being Mr. Goebel’s secretary and the ministry bookkeeper, Jan also leads Chapel services each Friday afternoon at a local nursing home.
Octavio Samper
In May of 2003 God opened the door for Octavio and Rosie Samper to join our staff for the purpose of reaching Hispanics for Christ. They minister to the growing Hispanic community via Sunday worship services, Soccer outreaches, and Bible study, plus travel to Colombia to assist in ministry there.
Jay Jackson
Jay has been with WGM since 1972, serving in the area of Biblical counseling. Jay graduated from Southeastern Bible College in 1979 with a B.S. in Christian Education. In 1981 he and Cindy Crouch were married and they have three adult children, Kara, Timothy, and Brooke all of whom are married to wonderful spouses. Cindy works with Jay in the counseling ministry. Jay received a Masters in Christian Counseling from Luther Rice Seminary in 2001. He completed a Doctorate in Biblical Studies from Masters International Divinity School in October of 2008. 
Jim McVay
Having served a lifetime in Mexico as missionaries, Jim & Lula in 2010 to minister to the Hispanic community in the Birmingham area through all means available to them, including Bible classes and one-on-one evangelism.
Bill Stroup
Bill graduated from Grace Seminary in 1983 and then served 20 years with The Evangelical Alliance Mission in Japan. In 2004 he joined the Wales Goebel Ministry as the Japanese Director, reaching Japanese who are away from their homeland living in Alabama. English teaching with Lil, evangelistic golf clinics and friendship evangelism continue to be a vital part of his outreach.  He is also involved in a Bible teaching ministry, in his home church, with home school students and  at Birmingham Theological Seminary where he teaches Koine Greek and Hebrew.

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