Jennifer Bentley is serving with Jimani Collections, which exists is to provide God’s hope to deeply impoverished women in Kenya who are sole supporters of their families by providing income through handcrafted jewelry.
Contact: Jennifer Bentley
Ralph and Miho Clatworthy are in a ministry of basic evangelism and church planting in Japan. The Japanese are one of the largest people groups in the world unreached with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Among their many ministries they are working with the Ultimate Victory, a Christian group planning evangelistic outreach at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
Contact: Ralph and Miho Clatworthy
Chuck and Kathy Eckerson are international representatives with FamilyLife, a nondenominational international marriage and family ministry. Chuck and Kathy train and resource leaders in Africa to help others have godly marriages and use marriage ministry to help fulfil the Great Commission.
Contact: Chuck and Kathy Eckerson
Nathan and Anna Fields Nathan is engaged in campus-ministry work that advances conversation and enriches community among graduate students and faculty. He is also involved in InterVarsity’s Disabilities ministry, where they strive to make campus discipleship opportunities accessible to differently abled students.
Contact: Nathan and Anna Fields
Rev. Jamie and Joy George are serving as missionaries, under the oversight of the Anglican Mission, to begin Front Range Mission in the Denver Metro area. Their goal is to share the Gospel with people in order to see them reconciled to God and one another in every neighborhood on the Front Range.
Contact: Jamie+ and Joy George
Joshua Hetzel is serving as a nurse, along with other medical professionals, at the Ukarumpa Medical Clinic in Papua New Guinea (PNG) with Wycliffe. They will provide medical care for the 500-600 people who live on and around the center and the local PNG nationals in villages that are further away.
Contact: Joshua Hetzel
Lee Scarbrough is serving with Beautiful Feet in Kampala, Uganda, to help the children in the slums receive an education, eat two meals a day, begin to know and serve the Lord, and to rebuild the lives of those living in their communities.
Contact: Lee Scarbrough