Christian Aid Mission has a new president and CEO: Randy Vaught.
Christian Aid Mission, the oldest mission agency focusing exclusively on the support of indigenous missions, introduced its new exec to the Christian public on Monday at the National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Nashville, Tenn. Vaught is a pastor from Kentucky.
Vaught has served on the board of directors of Christian Aid for more than 16 years. The 61-year-old founded the Capital Baptist Church of Frankfort, Ken., in 1980 and has pastored there for 30-plus years. During his years at Capital, he led his church in the support of indigenous missions around the world. He and his wife Vicki have six children.
Vaught says his priority is to advance the spiritual climate of the organization. He plans his to give himself to prayer and the ministry of the Word of God to equip the staff for the work of supporting God's kingdom expansion among all nations: "I believe God has strategically prepared Christian Aid to shine the life and light of Jesus Christ to all the nations of the earth."
Founded in 1953, Christian Aid sends help to more than 800 native mission ministries that deploy more than 80,000 missionary workers serving the Lord among 3000 tribes, tongues and nations.