He has degrees in Bible, broadcast engineering, communications sciences, information technology and telecommunications engineering, and holds multiple industry certifications. Leon has years of experience working with radio and television stations, and also in the defense communications industry, mission field, and non-profit organizations.
Leon and his wife Anne served as missionaries with Radio Lumiere in Haiti in the 1980’s. Leon has continued to help support that radio ministry as a volunteer consultant for over 30 years, making dozens of trips to Haiti during his vacation times.
As a full-time supported missionary engineer, he now helps provide technical services to other broadcast ministries who partner with SonSet Solutions to spread the Gospel worldwide.
Rob Taylor has served with ACTION for over 10 years. His first ICCM was 2007 just prior to joining ACTION. He has attended a number of ICCMs including helping with the first ICCM Europe in 2009. For Rob, ICCM has been a true tech and missions conference and a good time to reboot with fellow techies; not just to learn new things, but for quality fellowship. Rob and his wife, Catherine, focus on tech support from the USA office, English to Spanish translation and editing services, and children’s ministry in Latin America. The ACTION Computer & Technical Services – ACTS – is a unique support ministry Rob does for the mission. He is the USA IT Director among many other roles. Rob has become a multifaceted computer technician. He handles questions from office staff, maintains the email systems, keeps the network equipment running, implements upgrades to the computer systems, and supports the missionaries abroad remotely. He is also available to travel to the missionaries on the field and help in person if needed. When Rob is not tinkering with computers, he is back stage of a puppet stage. He loves to teach children the Bible using hand puppets.