We are an Order of missionary Companions that help to plant new communities of faith that are submitted to Christ Jesus, and his Word.
Our Companions are disciples of Jesus who are part of a global community that shares a common calling and who live a common Rule.
We call our local communities NAMS Bases.
These bases exist to help start new churches.
Born into the Christian Hope and raised in the church, Jon Shuler was called to full time ministry at 22. A graduate of the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY, he completed his theological training at the University of Durham, Durham, England. He was ordained there while pursuing a graduate degree in Church History. In 1994 he helped found NAMS and continues to serve as the Servant General. He is married to the artist Cynthia Hoppin Shuler.
Bishop Josep Rossello
Regional Strategic Coordinator - Europe, Africa and the Middle East
As a young man, Bishop Josep Rossello made a decision to spend his life sharing with others what he had discovered to be the greatest message, the Gospel of God's Amazing Grace.
He has invested the last 25 years doing exactly that. He has spent most of his life around the world, including over eleven years in Brazil. When he became bishop in 2003, it was just a small group of 6 congregations. Under his leadership, it grew to over 1,200 churches across 32 countries by 2007. He now lives in England where he is he the Minister of Christ Church, Exmouth.
Since his calling in 1993, Josep Rossello has taken this mission seriously taking the message of God’s grace and power to where people live around the corner or across the globe. This is being accomplished as he has ministry over 40 nations.
He serves as the NAMS Global Bishop Guardian. He seats in GAFCON GBE Bishops' Forum.
Josep has written several books, and written extensively in various magazines and blogs, in Spanish, Portuguese and English.
Rev. Andrés E. Casanueva
Regional Strategic Coordinator - The Americas
Andrés is an Anglican pastor and Professor of History. He has studied Anthropology at University of Mexico; English at the University of Dallas, and Management and development in Mission at Summer Institute Of Linguistics.
He has been a teacher preparing local leaders in indigenous communities in several Latin American countries.
In addition to his work for NAMS; he is currently Director for Latin America South with Faith Comes By Hearing in its Orality programs; Missionary and Researcher with CTEN ; Member of the Board of Directors of the Chilean Bible Society; Coordinator of the Team of Mentors in SIM Latin America; Director of the International Lausanne Movement, Chile.
Andrés is married to Stella Campos and has four children. They live in south Chile.
Global Strategic Coordinator
Joel has been assisting NAMS for nearly 30 years. In 2021 he became the fulltime Global Strategic Development Officer and is now the Global Strategic Coordinator. He works with the Regional Strategic Coordinators to ensures that the work of all Companions are aligned with the strategic vision God has given to NAMS. He has a background in IT/Technical support as well as graphic Design. He is married to Rachel who is a gifted jewelry maker.
Dean of GAP
Isaac, is originally from Colchester, England but has been serving with NAMS in Bangkok, Thailand for the past seven years. He is married to Patchara and they are blessed to have a son called Samuel. Alongside his GAP Role, he is also responsible for leading the Bangkok Base Community, All Nations Church Bangkok and work among university students in the city.
Global Women's Discipeship Coordinator
Global Prayer and Intercession Coordinator