What does The Board do?
They keep us accountable and with the goals of SRFM in mind.
President and Vice President:
David and Kathleen Tabor
David and Kathleen have involved in full time missions since 1977. They began their mission’s adventure by joining Youth With A Mission in September 1977, going to Hawaii for two years of training and mission’s introduction at the University of the Nations.
In 1979 they moved to Australia and were on staff with YWAM Australia. They served in Goulburn for two years and Brisbane for two years. There they were involved in training, teaching, discipleship, youth ministry and evangelism locally, nationally and internationally.
In 1983 they moved to Lae, Papua New Guinea where they pioneered YWAM PNG. They were involved again in training, teaching discipleship, youth ministry and evangelism. Under their leadership, three YWAM bases were established and numerous local, national and international outreach events were held.
In 1997 David and Kathleen moved to Montrose, Colorado where they founded Solid Rock Foundation Ministries, a Youth and Family ministry. They continue to be involved internationally as well and nationally and locally. Teaching, training, discipleship and evangelism are still top priority.
David and Kathleen have four married children, with 18 grandchildren. All their children, Lisa, Jordan, Megan and John were raised in missions and now reside in the United States.
John and Gayle Strantz
John and Gayle Strantz have served on the Board of SRFM since its inception. We have linked arms with David & Kathleen Tabor for over 40 years and are blessed to serve as Board Members.
Our hearts have been in missions for many years. We were in Youth With A Mission for 20 years, having the privilege of serving in many different nations and seeing God's heart for the lost and His great love for His Kids. We have also served in the capacity of Associate Pastors for 7 years. We have been blessed to be able to speak into the lives of singles, couples and families. We long to see people restored to the Father and become all that He intended for them. We continue to serve on The Council for the Future at the University of the Nations in Kona, Hawaii as well as serving on the School Board at Rocky Mountain International Academy.
In June of 2004 we were able to go to Italy with SRFM on outreach. Our daughter, son-in-law and 2 grandchildren were also on the team. What a privilege to serve the Lord together with 3 generations. There is a special dynamic that takes place in that setting that is powerful. God seems to be highlighting the joining of generations to accomplish His purposes in the earth.
We have 2 daughters, 2 son-in-laws and 9 grandchildren.
WOW! God is faithful.
Galen and Jan Daily
Galen and Jan Daily first became involved with Solid Rock Ministries when our sixteen year old daughter, Jenny, joined Ao1 in 1991. We instantly bonded with David and Kathleen Tabor, and have grown closer over the years. Galen was the administrator and Jan a teacher of Colorado West Christian School at that time. We have subsequently traveled to Uganda, Morocco, Thailand, Kenya, and Israel. We have a deep love and respect for missions as well as the wonderful work at SRFM.
During the past five years, we have pastored at Extended Arms Foursquare Church in Clifton, and have been very privileged to continue to serve on the board of SRFM. We have two grown, married children and seven grandchildren. Our 41 year marriage has been such a joy, and God continues to bless and deepen our relationship.
Our family first became involved with SRFM in the summer of 1998 when our teenage daughters and some of their friends joined David and Kathleen Tabor for a week of prayer and fasting at the
“Prayer Storm”. When they returned, we and other parents were invited to join the young people for a weekly early morning prayer time for youth and the nation. It was awesome to see how God worked as the generations came together in agreement with Him. That fall, Michelle Stucky joined SRFM staff, and we were blessed to have her live in our home for the next two years.
From the summer of 1999 to the present 2007, two or more members of our family have participated in the annual King’s Kids and AO1 International Team outreaches, which have had a profound impact on each of us in our personal faith, character, and relationship with the Lord, as well as the privilege of seeing God work through us to impact nations. In 2001 our daughter, Julie, joined SRFM staff and moved into their staff house (Hebron House).
In 2003, after our youngest daughter graduated from our home school, I joined SRFM staff and looked forward to more involvement with this organization that shared our same core values of seeking and honoring God first in all things and ministry to youth and families. My husband, Rick continues to work fulltime as a civil engineer with Del-Mont Consultants and enjoys serving with the ministry when he is able. I help with SRFM service projects, the prayer team, some secretarial work, and sometimes with AO1.
Charity Freeland has worked with SRFM since October of 2002. After meeting David and Kathleen through their post-high school bible study in 2000, I knew that I someday wanted to work closer with their organization. In 2001 I went with Audience of One on a life changing outreach trip to London. Since then I have traveled to Australia, Italy, New Zealand, and Hong Kong with Ao1. I led Grand Juction Ao1 for two years and have helped with Montrose Ao1. I also help with the administrative duties in SRFM and oversee the bookkeeping.
I have greatly appreciated the relationships that I have developed in SRFM. I have been challenged to go further and deeper, in my relationship with God, than I ever thought possible. I have had the oppurtunity to work with people of all ages, cultures, backgrounds, and circumstances and I have learned so much. I've learned leadership skills. I have also learned who I am, I've learned to walk in confidence in who God created me to be.