His Voice Global Staff
Vernon and Amber Burger
Vernon Burger is the Founder and Principal of His Voice Global. The Lord placed in his heart a desire to care for and minister to orphans and widows. The Lord provided an incredible church in Southern Sudan called Evangelical Presbyterian Church (no affiliation with EPC in America) for him to walk out this desire. His wife Amber works for His Voice Global doing the logistical work from home where she takes care of their two sons, Titus and Justus. Contact Vernon at Vernon@hisvoiceglobal.com. Contact Amber at Amber@hisvoiceglobal.com.
Jan and Darrell Parrish live in Kansas City, Missouri and enjoy travel, camping, hiking, and gardening. They have four adult children. Darrell joined the His Voice board after visiting Sudan in 2009 with a team from the Village Church. Darrell has also recently graduated from Redeemer Seminary in Dallas. Darrell also serves as the lead on our Theological Training and provides oversight on our Girls Safe House in Kenya.
“We are excited to be a part of what God is doing through His Voice to serve widows, orphans, and church leaders around the world.”
If you have any questions about our theological training or having a His Voice representative come and speak at your church or event, or you want to throw an event. Contact Darrell at firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Economic Development
Bruce loves a table of good food with family and friends, traveling, fly-fishing and reading. After graduating in 1976 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M, he held several engineering and executive positions in the oil and gas industry. In response to God’s call, he joined Stonegate Fellowship, Midland Texas, as Missions Director in 2006. He and his wife, Martha, moved to Austin in 2013 to be close to their adult children, Rob and Ann, and family. In Austin, prior to joining His Voice, he has invested time in assisting mission organizations in building capacity and missional effectiveness.
“His Voice has been tireless in participating in the building of God’s Kingdom and I want to work to support these efforts to define how we can take their successes to the next level. I will focus on our relationships with our partners, on our programs, and on our internal capacity to support these programs. Using the God-given opportunities I have had throughout my career to learn much about teamwork, organization, relationship and impact throughout my career, I will help His Voice sustain and grow in their Kingdom effort. This is a great gift to me.”
Contact Bruce at Bruce@hisvoiceglobal.com
Director of Communications
Hello! I’m Danielle Kwok, the Director of Communications for His Voice Global. I graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a Bachelor’s in Communications. After graduating, I worked in the Missions Office at Houston’s First Baptist Church. I went on from there to pursue more creative ventures and became a graphic designer and project manager for a small creative agency, BrightSpot Creative.
I have a passion to love people well, bring justice and joy wherever I can and use my creativity to do something good. These are a few of the things that have led me to this position at HVG. I am so excited to have a part in what the Lord is doing through this organization.
Contact Danielle at email@example.com.
His Voice Global Board
Mark and Roc'c Semmelbeck
Board Chair & Members
Mark is CEO of Battlecat Energy Partners in Houston, Texas. He has been in the oil and gas business for 33 years and on the board of HVG since its formation. Mark has degrees in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University and has been married to his high school sweetheart, Roc’C, for 34 years. They have two children, Sharee, a former choir director studying nutrition at the University of Houston and Christopher, a former musician with the band Seryn, now studying computer science and audio/video design and production at UT-Dallas.
“I joined His Voice Global because I felt a strong calling from God to get involved with Vernon in the task of helping children.”
Also serving on the board: