LEADERSHIP OF CMI

 

The leadership of CMI is comprised of a Board of Directors and an Advisory Committee which oversee the functioning of CMI, the credentialing of ministers, the spiritual integrity and covering of the network fellowship, along with promotion of CMI, oversight of country directors, other committees and mothering of all new works birthed from the ministry of CMI.

 

The CMI Board of Directors includes:

Each region and country that CMI has entered and ministers in has directors who serve CMI.

President, Rev. Mark D. Boykin
Born in Mississippi and raised in Alabama as a preacher's son, Rev. Boykin attended University of South Alabama majoring in English, Central Bible College and Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. Rev. Boykin is married with 3 children. He has shared the Gospel of Jesus Christ with people around the world. His evangelical, apostolic and pentecostal approach has had great impact in outreaches throughout the world. Pastor Mark's passion lies in the areas of evangelism and missions. "Evangelism and missions must issue forth from a body equipped to do the work of the ministry... the body needs to be well trained in the Gospel mandate." Rev. Boykin's passion is what birthed CMI. As Founder and President, Rev. Boykin continues to bring passion and enthusiasm to all that CMI does.

Rev. Mark Boykin has been the driving force behind Church of All Nations in Boca Raton, Florida since 1989.

Vice-President/Treasurer, Elke Henrichs
Elke is originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. She is the oldest child born to immigrant parents from Germany. She has been in ministry since 1991 working in the area of administration and support. Elke has taken some university, several training and biblical courses, and been involved in short-term missions and other outreach programs. She has served on CMI's Board since 2004. Elke has been involved in music ministry for many years and is active in her local church, serving in the areas of music and administration.
Secretary, Rev. Marc Kulczycky
Rev. Marc Kulczycky (pronounced "koolchiski") has been serving on the CMI board since August 2007. Born in Montreal, Canada and raised in Virginia in a multi-cultural and international family (his father is Ukrainian and his mother is Haitian), Rev. Kulczycky serves on the board with a wealth of ministry experience. Rev. Kulczycky became a Christian during his second year of college at the University of Virginia and received a degree in Religious Studies in 1993. He also attended Regent University and received a Masters of Divinity in Practical Theology in 1999. Since his conversion, Rev. Kulczycky has been active in small group leadership, missions and evangelism. Besides pastoring in Virginia and California, Marc is currently on the pastoral staff at Church of All Nations in Boca Raton, FL.
Director, Rev. Elizabeth Boykin
Beth has been part of CMI since its inception. She currently leads the music department at Church of All Nations and supports her husband in his role as President of CMI and Senior Pastor at Church of All Nations. Beth has a passion for people. A down-to-earth woman, excellent speaker, pastor's wife and mother of three, Rev. Boykin desires to see people live to their full potential in Christ. Beth graduated from Central Bible College in Springfield, Missouri with a bachelor degree in sacred music.
Director, Rev. Enrique Pinedo
Originally from Peru, Enrique joined our board in 2014, bringing his wealth of experience and training to CMI in the particular area of child and youth ministry and development. He has been working for Compassion International in different capacities since 1990, currently serving as their Advocacy Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean. Enrique holds a Master Degree in Missiology with the Evangelical University of the Americas in Costa Rica and a Bachelor Degree in Human Resources with the Catholic University in Peru, with post-graduate courses in Leadership and Management, and Diplomas of Specialization in Family Development and Children and Human Development Planning. He currently serves as an Elder and also ministers with his wife in the Parenting Ministry at Church of All Nations in Boca Raton. He has also been part of the pastoral team in the church’s Spanish Ministry. He has been married to Miriam, also from Peru, for 23 years, and is the father of two daughters and two sons.