Tom and Claudia Rosson live in Germany where he serves as regional superintendent for Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (made up of countries from the former Soviet Union). Tom also serves as President of the Eurasian Theological Seminary in Moscow, Russia (ETSM) and interim Vice President of administration at the European Theological Seminary in Germany.
Accepting the call to missions while in high school, Tom began his missions ministry at the European Theological Seminary in 1988 and served as a faculty member there for 10 years. While serving in at the seminary, he and two of his former students planted the Rudersberg Church of God (Treffpunkt C).
In 2002, he was appointed education director for Central and Eastern Europe and the CIS and served in this position until 2010. In 2006, Tom assumed the position of president at ETSM, a Level IV school that trains pastors and church workers for the Church in the Russian-speaking countries, with over 1100 students in its residential, online and extension programs. In 2010, he was appointed at the regional superintendent for Eastern Europe and the CIS. In 2018, he was appointed as interim vice-president at ETS-Germany
Claudia grew up in Germany. She attended the Krehwinkel Church of God since childhood, the very first Church of God in Germany. Claudia is a trained dental assistant and hygienist. In April 1991, she joined Youth with a Mission (YWAM). After completing its Discipleship Training School, she came to ETS where she met Tom. They were married a year later on June 7, 1992. The Rossons now have three beautiful children: Colin and Kevin (twins) and Brianna.