Anabaptist Savings and Loans International (ASAL, pronounced Ah-SAHL) is a conservative Anabaptist non-profit organization that promotes Christian stewardship and business. The board of directors represent various Anabaptist church groups with experience in business, finance and missions.
Sustainable Kingdom Communities
Building sustainable kingdom communities
one business at a time.
Kingdom Impact – Social Impact – Financial Impact
Kingdom Impact – Allowing Jesus into every aspect of the business. Our Vendors, Employees and Customers should feel like they spent time with Jesus when they spend time with a Kingdom Business Person. A community with Kingdom Business benefits from the Light of Jesus that engenders Life.
Social Impact – Kingdom Business gives more to the community than they take out of it. Communities with Kingdom Businesses benefit from the jobs they create in a healthy and safe environment. Kingdom Businesses bring good structure and resources that contribute to the strengthening of the local social fabric.
Financial Impact – Kingdom Businesses should have a healthy net income as a result of the law of sowing and reaping. Communities benefit from Kingdom Businesses with better paying jobs, monetary donations to local worthy causes, and help fund our schools, churches and missions.
God Loves a Cheerful Giver
“Now he that ministereth seed to the sower both minister bread for your food, and multiply your seed sown, and increase the fruits of your righteousness.” 1 Corinthians 9:10
What makes ASAL different?
Key benefits of Anabaptist Savings & Loans International
ASAL Organizational Chart
ASAL Board of Directors
President of Good’s Stores Inc., a family business founded in 1957, operating retail stores, wholesale and IT services. Business partner in B&B Acres, a beef and farming operation in Missouri. Currently serving as Board Chairman at Fairmount Homes, CRELS Foundation, Home Messenger Literature Service and Board Member of Open Hands. Board Member of Anabaptist Financial and Member of Pequea Mennonite Church, Weaverland Conference.
Steve worked at Christian Aid Ministries for over 12 years serving as SALT Microfinance program manager and other management positions. SALT is a program to help bring holistic support to families in poverty and is operating in over 13 countries. As of May 2019 he is in partnership with H&H Construction.
Jay and his family spent 2 years in Honduras and 8 months in the Dominican Republic. They live in Mifflintown, Pa where Jay is a partner in Penntuck Wood Products.
John has served on the the MCF Mission board for 10 years. Also with the family, served in Nicaragua and Honduras for 5 years. Currently serves as deacon at the Sommerset Church in PA.
Rodney is the current owner of All Seasons Contracting, Inc. He serves in the office of Deacon in his local church congregation and does business consulting to an asset moving and retail business. My wife Elizabeth and I have been married for 22 years and have 6 children. We are members of the Cascade Valley congregation of the German Baptist Brethren New Conference fellowship. We were called to the office of Deacon in 2011.
Thomas currently serves as Bishop at Maple Amish Mennonite Church. As a young boy he lived in El Salvador and has since worked and volunteered in Ireland, Indonesia, Liberia, Paraguay and El Salvador. He is now passing his business on to his son.
ASAL Executive Officers
Chief Executive Officer
Leland is CEO and co-founder of Corland Partners, a financial company that assists in structuring Kingdom businesses for anointed growth. Leland and his partners operate a portfolio of companies within the U.S. Leland grew up in Costa Rica as part of a missionary family and returned to the U.S. at the age of 16. He serves on numerous boards.
Roman grew up in Paraguay and also served as Clinic Administrator and pastor with AMA 13 years in Paraguay, was partner/owner at Graber Cabinetry 5 years, currently is bishop at Fellowship Haven Church in Woodburn, IN.
LaRay has had extensive experience in multiple aspects of business throughout the years. He has been involved with setting up and registering multiple entities including a micro captive insurance company and international companies. Outside of work, LaRay serves as chairman of the board for a small nonprofit, Mid MO Relief Sale, which holds an annual auction to raise money for Missouri organizations that provide relief supplies to Christian Aid Ministries.
ASAL Advisory Board
Amos Hurst Jr.
Amos currently serves on numerous boards in the U.S. and abroad in Guatemala and Nepal. He currently works as warranty administrator for Binkley and Hurst Bros. Inc., which he was an original partner.
David G. Martin
David has served on the boards for Anabaptist Financial and Open Hands. He also does financial advising for Stewardship Resources. David has also had the privilege to serve as house parents in Guatemala for Mennonite Air Missions several times.
Gary currently serves on the PMC Mission Board and involved in their mission work in Honduras. He works for Javataza Coffee, which is sourced in Central America.
David currently serves on the Honduras Mission Committee and the Good Shepherd’s Children’s Home in Honduras. He is involved in SALT and CAM. He grew up around the family business and continues to be a part of it today.
Ervin is currently serving on the Mennonite Fellowship Missions board. He and his family lived in Honduras for approximately 3 years and now own a metal roofing company in Kentucky.
Merle served on Faith Builder’s board for ten years. He co-founded several non-profit organizations including Anabaptist Financial, Anabaptist Foundation and Open Hands and served for twelve years as AF’s Executive Officer and now serves as Resources Officer. Merle also currently serves as President of AgSalt Processing for 29 years.
Arlen lived in Costa Rica for 30 years and then served at the MCF mission in Nicaragua for 6 years. He has been involved with Mount Zion Literature Ministries since 2000 and is presently involved in their work in Cuba.
ASAL Ex-Officio Members
Carl is currently serving on the Honduras Committee of the Pilgrim Mennonite Conference. Has been involved in the work since 1999.Was also a partner in a business called “automatic farm systems”for 35 years. Retired but still working.