Mark Kordic, CCNL
Mark Kordic, CCNL (Certified Christian Non-Profit Leader) has been a leader in advancing Christian causes through the practice of biblical stewardship for more than three decades. Serving as a communications and development consultant, he has a heart for what God is doing around the world. His roles have advanced ministries in the areas of international missions, Christian radio, Christian higher education and the local church.
Mark has invested a significant amount of time identifying transformation in the lives of ministry recipients and major donors.
In addition to his leadership in advancement, Mark served as a radio journalist for two-decades investigating the myriad of ways God uses ordinary people to fulfill the Great Commission in the U.S. and around the world.
Mark enjoyed his service as State Media Coordinator for the National Day of Prayer for the decade of the ‘90’s. He is a co-founder and current Program Manager for the International Day for the Unreached, focusing on bringing attention to the urgent need of bringing the Gospel to the 2.5 billion people who have never heard of Jesus and His saving work.
He and his wife Paula live in Fort Worth, Texas and have three adult children and two pekingese dogs. Mark spends his free time enjoying the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and The Ohio State Buckeyes sports teams. Recently inspired by a group of selfless, twenty-somethings to engage as a prayer intercessor, Mark is passionate in seeking God on behalf of his family, neighbors and the Bibleless around the world.