The Need


mark burrittWithout the proper handling of funds, ITMI couldn't exist to serve and empower our partners. Its absolutely crucial for ITMI to maintain a finance officer to keep ITMI running.

It's also vital to have a financial officer that is highly skilled and knowledgeable. This ensures our partners receive their money and that ITMI remains in good legal standing.


Mark joined the ITMI team in 2011. His passion to reach the lost for Christ and minister to the needy is combined with strong administrative skills that help keep our Tempe office functioning efficiently with a minimal staff.

He willingly sacrifices financially to be able to serve ITMI parters as ITMI's financial officer.

Mark loves to help ITMI's partners in the field, too.

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Mark was part of a team that helped bring clean water to a village in Lukulu, Zambia. 

He is eager to find additional ways they and their ministries can be helped through seeing them and their ministries in person. He enjoys serving our partners through other methods, too; physical labor, encouragement and training.

Mark has served on mission teams to benefit ITMI's partners in both Europe and Africa.

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Mark with ITMI Polish partners. (Left to Right: Darek Banicki, Mark Burritt, Piotr Zaremba, Janusz Fredyk)

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Mark with ITMI partner Gerhard le Roux, in South Africa and 2 goat herders near Gerhard's farm who came to Christ while the ITMI team was there.

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Mark Burritt, Chad Kritenbrink and ITMI partner, Daniel Machlowski in Poland.

In 2014, when Mark's wife, Vanessa, began having health troubles that eventually led to a diagnosis of Stage 3 Ovarian Cancer, Mark's ability to travel was limited.

After major surgery, two rounds of chemotherapy with radiation and continued naturopathic treatments, by late 2015 she went into remission and is on the road to full recovery!

This is all thanks to the prayers and support of God's people standing with the Burritts, and of course God Himself, the Great Healer.


Mark is experienced in ministry from multiple perspectives. 

In addition to his forty years experience in Business Management and Accounting, Mark has been involved in church leadership, serving as a Worship Pastor, Board Chairman, Bible Teacher and Missions Director. 


  1. Apply experience and knowledge to account for ITMI funds. 
  2. Serve and empower ITMI partners with His gifts, abilities and experiences. 


  1. Faithful prayer partners to lift up the Burritt family's spiritual and physical needs.
  2. Support related to medical expenses generated by Vanessa's cancer treatments.

Latest News

India 2019 Podcast Episode,

The Unusual Bus Ride that Changed Someone’s Life featuring Mark Burritt and Steve Evers (Podcast Episode)

In this episode, ITMI’s Mark Burritt and Steve Evers tell the story of Taru’s unusual bus ride.  Our partner, Tara, was riding the bus to the slum where she ministers when she noticed a young woman looking at her strangely, and Steve reveals why. Plus, Steve and Mark reflect on their visit to the slum where David and Taru minister, and Steve reveals will never get to visit David’s ministry in remote villages.

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Behind the Scenes in India featuring Mark Burritt and Steve Evers (Podcast Episode)

In this episode, ITMI’s Mark Burritt and Steve Evers share about their last visit with our partners in India. Mark shares what he noticed as a first time visitor to India, and Steve shares something most people don’t know.  

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The Remarkable Feats of God’s Word

The village dashed madly for their huts. They had caught one glimpse of the initial brownish-grey clean-out water spilling from the head of the newly drilled well. Moments later, they returned with the various makeshift containers, ready to collect the contaminated water.

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He Comes to Make His Blessings Flow

I would ask my mother, “Why are you drinking?” Her answer, “I drink so that I can forget what I have gone through all the years was a slave.”

How I Meet the Challenges of Missionary Travel

After six of the last eight plus weeks being either in southern Africa or in Eastern Europe, my body’s internal clock has pretty much gone haywire. For the whole week that I have been home my body has insisted on transitioning from deep sleep to wide awake at anywhere from 2:15 am to 3:35 am. Driving to the ITMI office at our normal starting time mentally feels like I’m arriving in the mid-afternoon, due to my work day starting 5-6 hours before.