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Ian and Monica Elliott

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Monica became a certified Doula, Birth Assistant, and Lactation Counselor through Bastyr University and Northwest Birth Assistants and Midwifery.  She has been serving as a doula for the immigrant community in Seattle for several years. It is Monica’s passion to support and advocate for women and families through some of their greatest times of need.  

Ian graduated from Washington State University with dual degrees in Architecture and Construction Management. He worked for a commercial construction company in Seattle for 26 years. From 1994 until 2014, he had also been involved in ministry in Russia through church planting, church construction, children's camps, orphan care, and prison ministry. He is now an ordained pastor through the Russian Baptist church. 

Monica was ill for ten years and was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease that had no cure. In 2016, she was miraculously healed by God in Russia. As a result, Ian and Monica decided to dedicate the rest of their lives to serving God wherever he would lead them. And God has sent them to the Philippines!

Starting in January 2019, Ian and Monica will be working with the staff and interns at the Shalom Christian Birthing Home in Antipolo, Philippines. Approximately 75 babies are delivered monthly and 200 mothers receive care weekly. Each expectant mother at Shalom hears the Gospel and is prayed for by Shalom staff. Nearby churches work closely with Shalom resulting in many mothers and their families experiencing spiritual rebirth and becoming active in local churches.    

Pray - We need the prayers of many for this ministry to happen and thrive.

Give - Financial gifts are welcomed, but so are tangible gifts like baby items, clothes for new moms, equipment, and more.

Come - See Shalom’s ministry first hand! Come for a tour, a chance to serve, or for an internship.

Contact Ian and Monica for more information!