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Moldova Mission exists to bring the message of salvation in Jesus Christ to the people of Moldova through recreation, security, and elevation of the quality of life for families, children, and future generations of Moldovans.

A diverse and passionate group of community leaders and professionals serve as the Moldova Board of Directors.

Phil Medlin (President) and Greg Burton (Executive Director) developed MMCP and assembled a valuable executive board that includes an experienced business owner, accountant, lawyer, engineer, building contractor, Moldovan-American and YMCA camp designer. Each of the Board members has lived and served in Moldova.

PhilMedlinPhil worked with the police department for 17 years before making the transition to missions pastor at a large church in Raleigh, NC where he has served for the last three years. Phil developed great leadership skills as a supervisor on the Raleigh Police Department and in ministry as an elder at his church. He continues to lead mission teams all over the world and has gained a wealth of experience dealing with other governments and cultures. Phil is married to his wife of 17 years, Linda, and they have four children.

 
 
 
 
 

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Greg is currently serving as director of New Life Camp, a large, year-round Christian camp in North Raleigh, NC. Previously, he served on staff at Colonial Baptist Church leading their sports ministry. Greg has years of experience ministering to young people locally and abroad. Greg is married to his wife of 11 years, Brittany, and they have four children.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Kent Barney is the Director of Engineering Services for a large commercial building contractor in North Carolina. He has 23 years of civil engineering experience with emphasis on site planning, grading and utility design. Kent’s experience in site design and construction has been utilized in the master plan development of the camp. His entire family has been involved in the local sports camp in Moldova for five years. His two daughters have been actively involved in raising money for the Hope Houses for the last five years. Kent is married to Julie, his wife of 20 years, and they have three children.

Amanda Chambers committed her life to the Lord through a youth camp when she was a teenager in Tidewater, VA. She was the missions coordinator for her Intervarsity small group at UNC-CH. After completing a degree in English, she received her masters in library science and worked as a short termer in a Taiwanese seminary library with Overseas Missionary Fellowship. Amanda is a stay at home mother who has a heart for the people of Moldova. She and her two sons, David and Luke, have traveled on multiple mission trips to serve in Moldova. Amanda and her husband David just celebrated their 30th anniversary.

Valeriu (Val) Dolganiuc is a Moldovan native. In 2000, Val moved to North Carolina to attend Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. After graduation, Val moved back to his hometown of Cahul, Moldova, where he served at Emmanuel Baptist Church. Val worked as a translator for many short-term missionaries that traveled to Moldova after the fall of the Soviet Union. In 2005, Val introduced Phil Medlin and Greg Burton to camp ministry in Moldova. Val now has residency in the United States and lives with his wife, Natalia, and their three children. He continues to travel to Moldova on short-term trips.

Matthew Faucette is an attorney in the state of North Carolina. His current practice areas include Federal and State Court Criminal Defense, Real Estate Law, Wills and Estate Law, and Civil Litigation. Matt graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and earned his M.B.A. and law degree from Campbell University. Matt often travels to Moldova to serve on our short-term mission trips and provides valuable legal advice for our board and project. Matt is married to Heather and they have three children.

Robert Jackson is the Vice President of American Homesmith, a building company located in Raleigh, NC. Robert has been involved in local and international ministries, helping to coordinate short-term missions, administrative functions, new construction projects and fundraising. When he is not enjoying acquiring, financing, developing or building new homes at work, he spends quality time with Robin, his wife, and his two sons.

Bo Roberts is a retired YMCA Camp professional who spent nine summers and then after graduating from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 34 consecutive years in resident camping. He loves his wife and three children and he loves Jesus. His work has included most aspects of camp, including hiring and supervising over 3,500 staff, and he is particularly passionate about our new camp in Moldova. Bo is an Elder at his church and taught High School Sunday School for over 25 years.

Christopher Romeo is a Security executive in the world of hi-tech. Chris has a passion for using martial arts to reach the lost in Moldova. Chris is married to his wife of 19 years, Deb, and they have four children. Together the family serves in Moldova during the summer months, leading VBS, teen camps, and serving at Emanuel Baptist Church.

Paul Storey currently works as the Chief Financial Officer of a commercial flooring company in Raleigh, NC. He has been involved in the Moldova Mission work since its inception. He, his wife and two of his children have been to Moldova and served at the camp. He is a certified public accountant and serves on the board bringing accounting and financial experience to the project. He has grown to love the country and people of Moldova and desires for many to be impacted by the camp. Paul is married to Jeannie and they have three children.

Steve Vaughn is the President of KABCORP Inc., operator of Kitchen & Bath Galleries and related businesses in Raleigh, NC. He is a former Chairman of the Board of Genesis International, an evangelical ministry with focused operations in Eastern Germany where he developed a heart for people that have been oppressed by communist rule and atheistic beliefs. He is also a former Chairman of the Deacons and served in multiple roles with mission work at Providence Baptist Church and Christ Baptist Church. Steve is married to Angela and they have two children and seven grandchildren.