Tim and Nancy Lovelace, natives of Boiling Springs and Shelby, North Carolina, have two married daughters and three granddaughters.
From 1992-1996, they served in Russia and Hong Kong. In Russia, they started three Bible schools and helped 17 churches in the Volga Ural region grow to 43. In Hong Kong, they served as Personnel Directors for 138 international missionaries with Revival Christian Church Ministries International. From 1996-2002, they pioneered a cell church in the suburbs of Nashville, Tennessee, with a focus on discipleship within the context of strengthening the family. In April 2002, Tim and Nancy moved to Go To Nations’ World Headquarters and served as Vice President of Ministries, where Nancy continues to oversee the training and health of GTN missionaries, as well as the development of work in the nations.
In March 2012, Tim launched GloDev Inc, the Relief and Development arm of Go to Nations, as Founder and CEO. Tim is helping GTN missionaries build Sustainable Microfarms to feed the poor with food and to train children and adults not only how to feed themselves nutritionally, but how they can become entrepreneurs and leaders to help their own people.