General Director of Free Will Baptist International Missions
Clint and his wife Lynette, daughter of pioneer medical workers Dr. LaVerne and Lorene Miley, served with excellence in Côte d’Ivoire (1976-2005). The couple spent two terms in evangelism and church planting before helping initiate and establish a Bible institute for training Ivorian leaders. Clint received a special assignment from the board in 2002 to research the possibility of entering creative access areas of the world. As a result, The Hanna Project was born in 2004. Clint was named its administrative director in 2010.
The Morgans served in France from 2007 to 2011. On February 10, 2011, Clint was selected as interim general director of International Missions. In September 2011, the board voted to employ him as general director.
Clint and Lynette have four children (Trey, Adam, Aaron, and Autumn) and seven grandchildren.
Author, speaker, cross-cultural worker
John has been involved in global mission for over 25 years. He has served in various cross-cultural ministry capacities, such as teaching English, Scripture translation, emergency relief, community development, story-telling evangelism, small group discipleship, literacy programs, leadership, and skills development. He spent years as an aide worker in Afghanistan and has written Inside Afghanistan and A Flame on the Front Line, telling of his experiences.
John is a graduate of Welch College and also has an MA from Columbia Biblical Seminary. He and his wife have five children and continue to serve with various global kingdom ministries.