In 1992, Jim joined Christian Embassy as development director and has served in that role ever since. Prior to that, Jim served in the Campus Ministry and in cru corporate development at their international headquarters. Jim continues to serve the Campus Ministry and is a member of the Christian Embassy Leadership Team.
Lee Bennett served with the Campus Ministry of Cru for nearly 15 years throughout the U.S. before heading to Denmark and Germany. He joined Christian Embassy in 1983 and served in Bonn, Germany, until 1996, when he transferred to Washington, DC, with his wife and three children. He is now a grandfather of 4 and serves the Diplomatic Corps together with a team of seven offering friendship as well as cultural, political and spiritual resources.
Mark Oh served with Campus Ministry of CRU for 12 years in US before moving to Osaka,Japan for Campus Ministry, then trained new missionaries in Singapore. He joined Christian Embassy in 2014 as whole family moved back to Washington D.C. He now serves Diplomats and Congressional Staffers as personal and spiritual resource. He also is an Ordained Minister with Presbyterian Church in America.
Michelle Oh joined Campus Ministry of CRU in Korea in 86′ before moving to do the same in Seattle in 92′. Along with her husband Mark she has served in Campus Ministries in US, then Japan, them trained new missionaries in Singapore. She enjoys meeting Diplomatic Spouses to encourage and strengthen them personally and spiritually.
I grew up in Houston Texas, sailing out of Houston Yacht Club where I met my childhood sweetheart (Ann) whom I eventually married. I attended Baylor University 1968 – 72 and joined AF ROTC to avoid the Vietnam draft (they didn’t have Navy ROTC). I became a pilot because my grades were too poor to become a computer geek. After 3500 hours flying the C-141 I wanted to spend more time with my family and became a computer geek. That eventually led me to the Pentagon where I specialized in technology and computer systems for combat. When faced with career or family needs, I decided to retire as a Lieutenant Colonel and join Christian Embassy (1993). I wrote Bible studies and discipled leaders in the Pentagon until 2005 when I moved to Huntsville, TX to help my mom go through the aging process. I continue to write the weekly Bible studies for the Pentagon which I post on line. I’m also an avid golfer, sailor and hunter.
Diane has served as Financial Administrator for Christian Embassy since 2011. Prior to that, she served at the International Headquarters in corporate finance, general counsel’s office and in conference services. She continues to serve the Campus Ministry.
Nan McCullough Huhta has been on staff with Cru since 1979. The first 11 years were spent on the Campus staff in the northeast. (U. of MD, U. of Rochester, U of Buffalo, and 6 years traveling to campuses in PA and DE. Summers were spent on Cru beach projects.) From 1990-1998 Nan led the CE Congressional Bible Study. In 2005 she began the Governors Spouses Prayer Fellowship and continues to serve in that capacity.
Dr. James C. Huhta is Cru affiliate staff and recently married Nan McCullough-Huhta. He is a world renown pediatric cardiologist and Nan’s partner in ministry. Together they have an outreach ministry to physicians as well as in the Christian Embassy. He also works with the Cru ministry of Momentum Europe.
Fran Daniel has been on staff with Cru for 20 years, serving in Latvia and Washington, D.C. Fran came to Christian Embassy, D.C. in December 2013 and serves as a spiritual resource to women in the Pentagon and other Dept. of Defense facilities.