Supported Missionaries

Novo Ministries

Kevin and Colleen Brown

Vancouver, Washington

Kevin serves as the Chief Operating Officer for Novo/CRM. This means he leads the teams that represent all that it takes to support 611 ministry staff serving around the world, from I.T. to the operating budget for the whole organization. What is unique about this role is that he is given the privilege to use his gifts and build teams that ultimately make Kingdom contributions in 100 countries around the world.

Colleen’s focus is a tent-making role that has her working with at-risk and homeless students and families in a large local high school. She is on hiatus with Novo’s Staff Development & Care team as she focuses on her other role and moves toward training in counseling and spiritual formation.

They have 3 young adult daughters and a new son-in-law, and call Vancouver WA home right now.

Novo Ministries

Alex and Amy Galloway


Alex and Amy Galloway were sent by Novo/CRM many years ago to develop and oversee a ministry hub in Southern Spain called Sent Well. As part of a multidisciplinary team there, they provide counseling, training, leadership, transition coaching, and spiritual direction for missionaries, families, and humanitarian workers from all over the Middle East and Africa. Their critical work focuses on people in transition: people moving cross-culturally, marriages in crisis, teams in various stages of growth (or implosion), and gifted people in burnout or a spiritual desert. As a clinical psychologist, Alex has specialized interest in trauma recovery, marriage counseling, internet addiction and the holistic care of God’s people. He enjoys encouraging, equipping, and empowering those who minister on the “front lines.” Amy makes a special contribution to the team with her deep love for women in ministry and their families. She ministers and trains in areas of discovering calling; parenting and co-parenting, managing transitions and women in leadership.

Door of Faith Orphanage

Baja, Mexico

For over 50 years, Door of Faith has served orphaned children and poor communities. With about 100 children, DOFO is one of the largest orphanages in Baja.

Sunridge is honored to partner with DOFO financially and through short-term trips.

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