ALLEN SKELTON
  
Allen grew up in the mission fields of Cuba and Mexico and at age 20, he surrendered his life to the call of ministry. He is a graduate of the Christian School of Ministry in Lindale, Texas and also attended three years at Beulah Heights Bible College in Atlanta, Georgia. Allen went on to pastor Trinity Chapel in Rex, Georgia for fifteen years. In January 1998, he left the pastorate and founded "White Fields, Inc.", a missionary organization dedicated to leadership training, medical team ministry, church and house construction, and mission ministry development in the local church.  Allen has served in over 30 fields of labor taking more than 200 trips abroad for leadership training, directing medical teams and overseeing church and house construction.
In 2005, he and Vicky moved to La Ceiba, Honduras where they minister, build and teach. They have built a beautiful mission complex that serves as their base to host mission teams, retreats, medical brigades, and serve the underserved in their area.
    
    
VICKY SKELTON
      
Co-founder Vicky Skelton began her journey with missions at the young age of 15, when she attended Hugh and Louise Skelton's Missionary Training Center in McAllen, Texas. It was there that she developed a love for missions and also a love for the Skelton’s son – Allen. When she was 17 years old, she lived in Morelia, Mexico for 3 months with Jose and Mary Rubio. After marrying Allen, she attended Beulah Heights Bible College, served with him in ministry while he pastored, and took mission team trips to Mexico and medical team trips to various countries. Her life-long dream of living on the mission field was realized at the age of 51 when she and Allen moved to La Ceiba, Honduras. La Ceiba is home to their ministry where they have built a beautiful mission complex to host mission teams, retreats, medical brigades, and serve the underserved in their area.