Josh and Annah Brock
While attending the University of Arizona, God began calling Josh into full-time ministry through the campus ministry The Navigators. After attending Bodenseehof Bible School in Germany, Josh actively sought where God might have him work. Stepping through an open door, Josh served in Native America, first in British Columbia, Canada and then in New Mexico on the Navajo Reservation. Following six months with his brother’s church plant in New Mexico, Josh accepted a position with AYM. Since 2016, Josh has led the ministry of AYM. He met his wife, Annah, in 2019 in Pinetop, AZ when Annah visited the reservation from Kansas City, KS with her church. They married in October of 2020 and work fulltime with AYM. If you would like to financially partner with Josh and Annah, click on their picture, and it'll tell you how!
PROGRAM DIRECTOR & OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR
Danielle first engaged in full-time ministry with her father at UIM International, a church-planting ministry among North America’s indigenous people groups. During this time, Danielle often visited her brother and sister-in-law on the Navajo reservation. There Danielle began to realize God’s leading to minister among Native communities. The Lord narrowed her focus to Native youth through her volunteer work at Rock Nest Ranch Bible Camp in British Columbia. When her brother Josh accepted a position with AYM, Danielle jumped right in after finishing her BS is Health Sciences from Arizona State University. Now, Danielle leads in AYM in the areas of administration and program management to empower Apache youth to impact their communities for Christ. If you would like to financially partner with Danielle, click her picture to find out how.
Caleb & Ciera Brock
Caleb and his wife raised their financial support to be full-time staff with Apache Youth Ministries. Moving to the White Mountains in the fall of 2019, Caleb leads in our young men's discipleship efforts, assists in Kennel operations, and creates promotional videography. His wife, Ciera, enjoys loving on the students through her talents in the kitchen. And, yes, Caleb is the sibling of Josh and Danielle. If you would like to financially partner with Caleb and Ciera, click their picture to find out how.
Alex started attending the Kennel and Unleashed program when he was in the 8th grade. During his time as a high school student, he worked hard to attend every Kennel function and Unleashed trip. After high school graduation, Alex decided to help Kennel staff lead the Unleashed program because he believes in the value it provides students. He's a gifted artist, and he has paintings at various places around the US and even one in England!
PART-TIME/ON LOAN STAFF
Brice first served with AYM as a summer intern before embarking on a two-year missions trip to Peru through International Messengers. Brice continues to work under and raise financial support through International Messengers. Currently, he serves as an intern at the Kennel. He does anything from drop offs to helping students acquire their drivers' license. If you would like to partner financially with Brice, click his picture to do so!
STAFF VOLUNTEER & MINISTRY PARTNER
Having heard of AYM while attending Milligan College, Curtis moved out here in 2017. He served as an intern for a year, and once his internship was done he accepted the position of youth pastor with White Mountain Apache Christian Church - with whom we partner for The Rising every Wednesday night and other events for the students.
STUDENT OF THE YEAR
Since her 8th grade year, Jaime has been a faithful student. She is a student leader and dedicated to helping us in all that we do. She volunteers at events, plans activities, and invites new students to join us at the Kennel. In 2019 Jaime traveled to Georgia to be a part of an internship with a partnering church. During her internship she volunteered at vacation Bible schools, a vet clinic, and Faith In Serving Humanity (FISH), a medical clinic for those in need. Jaime also attended church camps and assisted in the church's outreach efforts.