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Duncan Sprague

Originally from the beautiful Pacific Northwest, Duncan Sprague grew up in the rugged mountains and river breaks of Northern Idaho. It was there, as a result of some missionary dating in his late teens, when he became a committed Christ-follower in late-1980.

Duncan moved to Portland, OR to complete an undergraduate degree in Bible & Theology from Multnomah University. Throughout the 80s he worked as a youth, college and young adults pastor while leading regular summer mission teams to Europe with Cadence International. That’s where he met his wife and they found their earliest passions for ministry, both foreign and stateside.

Duncan & Angie were married in 1990 and spent their early years of marriage on staff at Multnomah before moving to Denver, CO in 1994. Both worked at Colorado Christian University while Duncan completed a Master’s Degree in Counseling. Under the supervision of Drs Larry Crabb and Dan Allender, Duncan quickly devoted himself to a relational revolution made possible by the Spirit of God.

After completing graduate school, Duncan spent six years as the Creative Director & Producer for a Christian multimedia company creating Christ-Centered online courses with many well-known Christian leaders. In 2001, he left the technology world to return to pastoral ministry as the Missions & Outreach Pastor for a large church in Golden, CO. There he spent many fruitful years shepherding local and international outreach efforts and became a champion for numerous international missions.

Since 2007, Duncan has focused his ministry efforts overseas as a bi-vocational missionary with several development and discipleship ministries, including: International Christian Ministries (ICM), Compassion International and Cadence International. Duncan regularly travels to Africa with ICM to teach, preach and train indigenous pastors and leaders through the discipleship programs of Africa Theological Seminary. As an International Trip Leader with Compassion International, Duncan lead more than 60 short-term mission trips from Sept 2014 through Mar 2020. And as the newly appointed Alumni Pastor for Cadence International, Duncan serves with his wife, Angie (who is the Alumni Director for Cadence) to serve alumni needs within Cadence.

Duncan brings his passion for transformational development and years of rich cross-cultural experience to every person and place he serves.

Since 1994, Colorado has been home for Duncan & Angie and is the birthplace for their four adult children: Zachary (1995), Joshua (1998), Benjamin (2000), and McKayla (2003).

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