Roger Martin has been married for 38 years to
Charlene. They have three children and eleven grandchildren. They are
founders of Indian Christian Fellowship Inc., an organization involved
in ministry to Native American communities. Roger is a second generation
minister continuing the work started by his parents several decades ago
who were missionaries in Arizona. His parents discovered the
unrecognized Tonto Apache tribe in the forest of Payson, Arizona. His
parents helped them build a church and gain status as a federally
recognized tribe. Roger spent many of his childhood years with this
tribe and has many memories of the growth and development of their
After serving in the military as a specialist in satellite communication, Roger returned home where he developed and ran several successful businesses in Tulsa, OK. After he and Charlene graduated from Victory Bible Institute in 1996, he began following in the footsteps of his father in ministry. Roger has a vision to make a significant impact on Native American communities nationwide.
He uses his extensive business experience and seasoned entrepreneurial skills to reach, disciple, and equip people to do the work of Jesus, making the gospel of Jesus known by publishing life-related materials via print, radio, TV, and the Internet that are biblically rooted and culturally relevant.