Our Team


James Eby

Founder/Executive Director

Jim has been in full-time ministry for more than 50 years. The world’s Unreached Peoples got into his heart when he served as Director of the Centre for International Christian Ministries in London, U.K. Here they were training indigenous leaders from Africa, Asia, and Latin America in leadership, theology, strategy planning, and targeting the world’s unreached millions. While serving as Bishop/Overseer for more than 100 churches in the south-central USA, Jim finished a master’s degree at Southwestern Christian University in Oklahoma City. During that training, one of his professors from Fuller Seminary in California challenged Jim to launch out by faith, to “go for broke” – to do whatever was in his heart, even if he did not have sufficient money. In response to what he considers a divine call from God, Jim then wrote out a strategy for the formation of an organization that would become known as Mission Catalyst International and would help complete The Great Commission in this generation by training thousands of indigenous leaders in the 10/40 Window to reach those who had never heard.


Ken Womack

Assistant Director

Ken is a pastor and teacher with a heart for the nations and with over 30 years of valuable experience in the ministry. He did his formal studies at Southwestern Christian University in Oklahoma City and at Liberty Theological Seminary in Houston, Texas. In 2002, Ken accepted Jim’s invitation to join MCI and become a vital part of reaching the nations for the glory of God. Ken has been vitally involved in the formulation of MCI’soutstanding training and discipling materials. He serves as the assistant Director for MCI and oversees the work in China and on the continent of Africa.


Richard Womack

Overseer of SE Asia

Richard is a successful and experienced pastor, an excellent teacher of God’s Word, and the founder and owner of Recovery Management Systems in Phoenix, Arizona. Richard is a skilled business administrator who has a heart for the world and regularly travels through the 10/40 Window. He oversees the MCI work in Indonesia and throughout Southeast Asia.

Currently, MCI has 46 highly trained, indigenous Master Trainers in the Unreached World. These skilled instructors have trained more than 150,000 indigenous pastors, evangelists, and missionary church planters.