Brock has a passion for reaching the lost for Christ and working with the poor, vulnerable, and needy. He believes in meeting the physical and spiritual needs of hurting people. The physical needs are practical and immediate, while the spiritual needs are eternal and met through sharing the hope that we have in Jesus Christ.
Brock has a decade of experience working overseas within the humanitarian sector. He worked with Samaritan’s Purse in Japan, South Sudan, Uganda, and led their international disaster response unit. Before his work overseas, Brock was a member of the US Bobsled National team and competed in the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy.
Brock has an MBA from the University of Illinois and an M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Seminary. He and his wife, Danielle, have been married eight years and have three boys and a daughter.
Esley Patsch is the Founder and Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of Summit Missions International. The mission was established to glorify God as an international ambassador of hope and help, operating primarily in Eastern Europe since 1994.
Esley earned a B.A. degree in education from the University of Akron and completed postgraduate studies in communications at Kent State University. He graduated from Advanced Officer Training before serving as a commissioned officer in the US Army Adjutant General Corps. He trained with the Ohio Peace Officer Training Association and the Good News Jail and Prison Ministry. His past areas of ministry include Christian camp director, youth pastor, media coordinator, corrections coordinator, and jail chaplain. In 1980 he founded Summit Chaplain Services/The Way Out Prison Ministry. This Christian ministry serves correctional facilities in northeastern Ohio by providing chaplains and volunteers for local jails, juvenile and community-based correctional institutions. He is married and has three sons and five grandchildren.