Regina Shank has authored numerous articles, poems, and books for a variety of publications. She is a prophetic teacher of the Word of God, and enjoys bringing revelation to hungry hearts. She is the founder and President of Global Transformation International (2000), formerly known as Missouri Prayer Global Ministries (an apostolic ministry aligned with NEI with Apostle Dutch Sheets and Global Spheres with Chuck Pierce and Global Reformers with Robert Henderson), as well as several non-profits. She and her husband, Mick, have three children and five grandchildren. Mick is a real estate appraiser and the former mayor of their small community in southwest Missouri.
Derek & Robyn Maneval are apostolic leaders and current board members of Global Transformation International. They have been active in ministry for nearly 25 years, with various roles in pastoral work, community evangelism and world missions. They have taken teams on inner city mission trips to New York City and LA, as well as various countries of Central and South America. They currently are directors of Feeding, Inc., a local non-profit that feeds the hungry in their community, which was founded by Regina Shank. Derek has a passion for training and equipping believers to carry out their God-given destiny through leadership development and teaching. Derek and his wife, Robyn have opened a family-owned coffee shop, Maple Leaf Coffeehouse, that operates out of the same facility as Global Transformation International. They have 2 daughters, Elizabeth and Olivia that work with them in the ministry and business.
Dan and Janie are native Kansans with backgrounds in agriculture, oil production, insurance, church
administration, and prayer ministry. 9 year ago the Lord moved on their hearts to leave their 3 rd
generational family businesses and their church home of 26 years where Janie was a pastor and move to
Pittsburg, Missouri and take over the management of their denominational church camp on Lake
Pomme de Terre. Within a year the Lord led them to buy adjoining property and began the process of
purchasing the camp. Over the last 7 years they have been joined by their son Lukas and his wife
Heather, daughter, Leah and her husband Fred and grandchildren Ava and Asher, and Janie’s mother
Pricilla. Together they all own and operate the retreat facility Camp Hebron, along with several
businesses near Lake Pomme de Terre.