In 1993, Walter and Nina founded Global Vision Ministries to continue the work already begun while in New York.
God gave them a vision for 300 new churches in the former Soviet Union. What seemed impossible became a reality of more than 500 new congregations. Today many of these churches are planting other churches.
In 1994 they began the Global Vision Rapid Deployment Bible Training Schools. First started in Kiev, Ukraine, then in St. Petersburg, Russia; later in other regions of Ukraine and Russia as well as Armenia. More than 3000 leaders have been trained in these schools, and thousands more in shorte term training programs. Many of these are now pastors and leaders in new congregations. Bible Schools are being conducted in Ukraine, Armenia and Russia.
Walter and Nina discovered that ministries and churches sometimes had a desire to work in the mission field but did not know where to start or who to connect with. Through Global Vision they created a network and umbrella for pastors, evangelists and teachers to work together to train and empower national leaders and help start new churches. Teachers in the schools come from the US, Canada, United Kingdom, Bahamas, Netherlands, Sweden and Taiwan as well as Ukraine, Russia and Armenia.
Prior to establishing Global Vision Ministries, Walter worked with various ministries. He was Associate Evangelist, Crusade Coordinator and Translator with Tony Abram – Abundant Life Crusades, coordinating crusades in South and Central America, Europe, Asia and Africa; Associate Minister, Director of Overseas Operations, Director of International Schools of Ministry, International Crusade Director and Translator with Morris Cerullo World Evangelism – overseeing offices abroad, coordinating crusades and schools of ministry in Europe, South and Central America; Overseas Crusade Director with Nora Lam Chinese Ministries International; Director of MNYCC – coordinating evangelism, bringing churches together to reach Metro New York City and launching outreaches to the former Soviet Union.