Globally, International Teams has national offices in the United Kingdom, Costa Rica, Austria, Ukraine, Australia, Philippines, USA and Canada and has over 1,000 staff and missionaries from 30 different countries serving in 60 different countries.
New Zealand Director
Born in the Wairarapa now resident in Christchurch, Lincoln studied law at Victoria University and latterly completed a graduate diploma at Laidlaw. Lincoln has served on Church Elder Boards for over 25years and has also served on Education Boards in the Primary and Tertiary sectors.
He is an Executive Director with a successful track record in sales training in diverse business environments including an international charitable trust, transport and tourism industries and direct marketing. His company All Links helps businesses secure their preferred customers. Lincoln is an accredited training provider with NZTE and holds both Verifier and Assessor certificates.
Lincoln’s background in sales, marketing and training dovetails neatly with his passion to see the Church become more effective in their mission of sharing the gospel and in particular that compassionate evangelism that reaches the poor and needy with Christ’s love.
New Zealand Trainer
Robyn serves as a TLT trainer with International Teams. She teaches at Bethlehem College, Tauranga and is the mission director at her church. She cofounded the Envision Mission Conference and teaches the Kairos course
regularly. She has been involved in numerous short term mission trips and sees value in structures and training.
Robyn’s view of missions includes every Christian. Not everyone will be involved in a STM trip but all believers have a part to play. The famous quote God has a wonderful plan for your life, could be changed to God has
a wonderful plan, and this is how your life can be fit into that.
Intergenerational Discipleship Coach
Melissa is the Intergenerational Discipleship Coach for the lower North Island and all the South Island with International Teams. Currently residing in Christchurch, Melissa has studied her Bachelor of Ministries through Laidlaw College and a certificate in Outdoor Recreation.
She is passionate about seeing the gospel spread among the young people of this nation and has been involved in various ministries to youth and children over the past 15 years; including youth ministry, children’s ministry and camp ministry.
Having worked in campsites both in New Zealand and overseas she knows first hand how effective outreach camps are and what a great resource they are for the local church and is excited about encouraging churches, communities and campsites to connect with each other.
Chris Lamb CA
Chris comes from a Chartered Accountancy background and used this in the 90’s to spend nine years with his family in an accounting role at Christian Leaders Training College up in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea; a life-changing experience for all.
These days Chris is part of an accountancy practice in Palmerston North but still has lots to do with accounting for Not for Profits, especially using Xero.
Chris is passionate about seeing ITeams NZ be a catalyst for motivating and equipping churches to bring the gospel in word and deed to the poor and oppressed and those thirsty for living water whether here in NZ or Overseas.
Murray has a business background and has successfully started two companies both of which have since been sold to multinationals.
He serves on several not for profit boards and enjoys mentoring church leaders and business owners.
Murray has served as a board member of International Teams New Zealand for several years and attends Windsor Park Baptist Church, in Auckland.
Mike has held various marketing positions with a number of New Zealand exporters including Comvita and Sequal. Mike and his wife Julie also lead The Bright Vision Charitable Trust which was established in 2016 to work with hard to reach families in the Bay of Plenty.
Mike has a passion for our local community and is excited by Iteams work with Churches to encourage and support local mission in word and deed.