Diana has always felt that her calling is to be a help-mate for her husband, supporting him in the pastoral work God has prepared for him to do. In 1996, she “retired” from management and administrative work to be a homemaker and homeschool their children. She has also used her gifts and training to serve in public ministry in a variety of ways, including developing children’s ministry programs and curriculum; directing vacation Bible schools; administrating AWANA programs at their first church; and forming a homeschool co-op with a group of friends.
Diana lives in Iowa with her husband, their 5 children, and 1 grandchild. She continues using her gifts of administration and serving to support the Global Equipping Division. She will also accompany her husband on future Pathways trips to train women as family commitments allow.