Jennifer Bentley works with the James 127 Project, whose goal is to empower widows, orphans and disadvantaged women in Kenya by offering them a skill that will allow them to support themselves and their families. “Pure religion is this, to look after widows and orphans and to remain undefiled by the word.” James 1:27
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
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
Bailey Nichols serves with Urban Promise, which strives to equip the children and young adults of Wilmington, Del., with the skills necessary for academic achievement, life management, spiritual growth and Christian leadership through after-school programs, summer camps and other programs that challenge them to develop and realize their potential.
Contact: Bailey Nichols
Bobby and Brandy Reese work at Limuru Children’s Center (LCC), outside of Nairobi, Kenya. LCC is an orphanage that cares for children, newborn to 18 years old, that have been abandoned or orphaned. Brandy runs a literacy program and Bobby works with high school children preparing them to successfully live as young adults in their community.
Contact: Bobby and Brandy Reese