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Larry Arnold

Larry is a Pacific Northwest native and grew up in Japan as a missionary kid.   Larry returned to the United States to study Business Administration at the University of Washington.  After decades of professional experiences including managing a local K-Mart, Larry studied at Faith Seminary in Tacoma, WA and graduated in June of 2005 with a Masters in Christian Ministry. During his time at Faith Seminary, God gave Larry a passion for ministry.  Larry was invited to join Children of the Nations (COTN) in June of 2008.

God sent a new opportunity in 2016. Larry was able to join the COTN Spiritual Care Department. One of COTN’s main conduits to spiritual growth are the area Lay Pastors and Christian ministry staff. In developing nations where COTS works, very few have any Biblical training and most can’t afford to travel and pay for a Christian education. COTN believes God has given a mission and passion to change this statistic. In fact, their vision is to provide Christian Ministries Training to lay pastors, pastors, their staff, and some of their brightest youth and young adults.  They believe that the spread of the gospel and accurate Biblical teaching will transform countries from the inside-out.

Larry’s goal at both DCMi and COTN is to the share the Good News along with Biblical Training and expanded Spiritual Care opportunities to all the countries and communities we serve.


Dr. Steve Coe

Steve Coe spent more than 30 years as an engineer and manager in the aerospace industry. During his career, he managed and led teams that were responsible for the design and production of defense products, as well as commercial aircraft. In later years he was responsible for programs that were designed to enhance the workplace satisfaction for engineers and scientists employed by his company. In addition to a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Idaho, he holds an MBA from the University of Washington in Seattle, a certificate in Project Management from George Washington University, and a D. Min from Bakke Graduate University. Since retiring in 2007 Steve spends his time teaching on the topics of Theology of Work, Global Economics, Biblical Business Principles, and Christian Leadership. Since 2009, he has been engaged mostly in Myanmar, as well as other Asian countries.

Steve and his wife of 47 years have three adult children and five grandsons. They live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.