Marcus Mobley is the founder and CEO of Commission Encounter. Since the beginning of Commission Encounter in 2015, he has been committed to helping the ministry continue to grow and prosper along with the Lord’s blessing. Marc also looks over the missionary care side of the mission and maintains relationships with our associates abroad. Marc also serves as the associate minister at Nelson Christian Church and has been involved in ministry of various forms for the last 20 years. Marc also has two sons; Justin and James.
Amanda Rife came to serve at Commission Encounter as Associate Director at the beginning of 2017. She and her husband Lucas have been married since April of 2017. Amanda is responsible for most of the written publication of Commission Encounter. She also serves alongside Marc in the planning and leading of a portion of the mission trips.
Rob Esposito is one of two missionaries to whom we offer full-time support and missionary care. He and his family, live in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. They serve in this city and surrounding villages full-time. They are currently working to build a church/camp in Prespire, Honduras. This is small village community in desperate need of a church. Currently, people travel up to two hours on foot just to attend services hosted in homes. Rob has been in Honduras for six years. He has an older daughter, Mary who is currently serving in the U.S. Air Force. He and is wife, Sarahi, also have a little boy, Ostin (age 6) and a little girl, Emily (Age 2).
Arlington Pinder-Marshall has been serving as a minister/missionary in Bridgetown, Barbados for over 25 years. He and his wife, Melanese have raised 3 children throughout their ministry as well; Nathan (Age 23), Sara (Age 15), and Rachel (Age 10). The Pinder-marhalls currently minister at Ruby Christian Church, and also do outreach and service projects throughout the Island.
Arlington has also, added his brother, Wendell Pinder as an associate of the ministry. Wendell is newly married to Andrea, and they both look forward to serving the people of the Island of Barbados for years to come.