Ineke Glavor is a physician assistant who has been practicing emergency medicine as well as family medicine since 1984. She graduated from Stanford University Medical School Physician Assistant Program. She and her family were missionaries with Agua Viva Ministries based near Ensenada, Mexico. Her primary roll was Program Director of Short-Term Medical Missions and directed medical, dental and optometry teams from the U.S. and Canada and served underserved areas in Mexico. She served on the Board of Directors with Agua Viva Ministries as well as on the missions board at her home church in Portland, Oregon. Ineke is passionate about global prayer. She was awarded a missional grant and founded a global prayer app to encourage believers to prayer walk “On the Grid” of the world map. The free Prayer Atlas app is now being used all over the world. Individuals can target their prayer for their neighborhoods, plus large missions organizations are using the Prayer Atlas app to systematically pray for the unreached.