Rev. Paul Zettersten 

   INCOR President







Galen Holmquist 

   INCOR Vice President






Dr. Roger Butz, MD,

   INCOR Secretary






Elizabeth Peterson 

   INCOR Treasurer 







Glen Eggebraaten






Daniel Graetzer, PhD. 







Roger is a retired physician who has spent over twenty years doing post-retirement work overseas with his wife, an RN. He has been involved in medical missions, Bible teaching, and leading mission groups. He has frequently visited and provided on-site review of INCOR ministry sites in Asia.


Rev. Rob Jansons, D. Min.







Don Peterson







Wayne Radford, M.Div






Fillmore Sankey








​Mary Shaefer Strouss






Daniel has been a certified K-12 teacher since 1984 and has taught science classes at several high schools, community colleges, and universities. He directs Hidden Manna food bank, a charitable non-profit corporation which supplies food and household items to needy families in the greater Seattle area.


International Christian Outreach and Relief Group, founded in 1986, is dedicated to providing an efficient vehicle through which caring people can help the poor in the developing world as well as in our own country. With special emphasis on children, we minister to people's physical needs through the bridge building of disaster relief, free feeding, education, medical, and livelihood programs, and to their spiritual needs by spreading the news of salvation through Jesus Christ.  


As an all-volunteer organization, 100% of all contributions from non-Board sources go directly to meet needs. All overhead expenses are covered by the inter-denominational board of professional and business people. Projects are chosen with the specific intent of glorifying God and expressing the Gospel of Jesus Christ, as well as providing humanitarian benefits. All projects are carefully monitored to ensure integrity and stewardship. When possible, INCOR board members visit partner ministries to both observe and assist in the work they do.   

INCOR Newsletters


INCOR sends out several newsletters each year to keep donors informed of ministry opportunities and to provide details for those interested in future support. You can get on our mailing list by contacting our secretary or read past issues of the newsletter online by clicking on the editions below. 


Elizabeth has been involved with INCOR since 1988 and has visited projects in the Philippines, Nicaragua, Honduras, Thailand, and India. 



Mary is the wife of Charles Strouss, INCOR founder. She is a retired music and English teacher who has visited INCOR representatives and projects in India, Thailand, and the Philippines. She has spent the past 15 years traveling to Ukraine and Siberia representing a Slavic mission.

INCOR Board of Directors


Glen is a member of Shoreline Community Church where he serves on their mission board and as their short term missions trip coordinator. Glenn has done mission work in Asia, Europe and Central America.  



Galen grew up on the mission field in South America. He is the President of Paradise Construction and has visited INCOR ministry sites in Asia a number of times. 



Pastor Paul has 50 years of pastoral ministry experience in Los Angeles and Seattle. He has been on the INCOR board for over 25 years and has served as President during most of that time. He has visited INCOR ministry sites in Africa, Europe, and Asia. 


The Mission of INCOR


Don has been a firefighter and officer with the Seattle Fire Department for over 41 years. In his time off he has been heavily involved in traveling all over the world supporting indigenous pastors, missions, and missionaries, primarily with construction related projects such as churches, schools and homes. 


Wayne has taught Bible classes overseas and for many years at Shoreline Community Church. He works as an electrical inspector for the City of Seattle. 


Pastor Rob is the pastor of New Hope Fellowship in Monroe, WA. He and his church are involved in INCOR supported ministries in India and Thailand. Pastor Rob visits INCOR sites in Thailand and India annually, often bringing with him mission teams to work with indigenous missionaries. 


Fill has been an active Christian worker for 66 years. He is a retired educator with experience as a teacher, high school principal, student teacher supervisor, Human Resource director. He also serves on the board of Snohomish County Pregnancy Resource Center.