Food for the Hungry. Rachel's Challenge. Support Camila Claycomb's Recovery! Help Amy live in Uganda this fall! by Amy Bloomquist. Sign in to get your personal share link and see your position in our community.
If you haven’t already heard, some exciting things have been happening in my life, and I am excited to share them with you now! After a hard year of recovery from a rare knee injury, I have had the opportunity of time to reflect on the passions and dreams that God has given me, and take a few steps forward in this direction. Please know that the primary purpose of this site is to share with you about these exciting things; I covet your friendship and your prayers in this coming year as I embark on this new journey. My love for Uganda began at the young age of 14. During one of the most challenging times in my life, I became aware of a country whose average age was just as young as I was. Musana ( is an organization I have respected and admired for the past three years. Thank you for your friendship and prayers. Cheers! P.S.
Missions with purpose by Simeon Bt. Simeon Bt Story update Japan Land of the Rising Sun or Risen Son ?
\ Over 55 000 thousand people visited the ship in Japan My journey to Japan started 6=7 years ago little did I know or realize the dream will one day become a reality, at the age of 16 I started reading Books about men and woman who faithfully served in Japan for Gods kingdom and purpose , reading about their loyal commitment encouraged me and challenged me to want to do the same, now 7 years later it is such a blessing to visit the people and land of respect ....Many wonderful and marvelous things happened during my time in Japan.. Two words that has played an incredible part in helping to connect with the people of Japan: Respect and Relationship, a people of great respect, by slowing down and showing respect to the people of value, a door of unlimited opportunities opened to share the hope and story of Jesus ..
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Supported Team Member Details (127) - Extreme Nazarene Missions. Michael was raised in Monroe, WA and graduated from Northwest Nazarene University in 2008 with a degree in Engineering Physics.
Following graduation, he worked at a civil engineering firm. Though he has travelled extensively around the world, in 2010 during a mission trip to the Philippines, he felt God calling him to serve as a missionary, and shortly after, the Lord opened up the doors for him to serve in South America with Extreme Nazarene. Mike began work in Peru in November 2010 as Logistics Coordinator, then serving as a 40/40 church planter in Paraguay for a year, and further continuing as a 40/40 in Arequipa, Peru until December 2013. Cailyn grew up in Cincinnati, OH and began attending Southern Nazarene University in 2008. All her life, she felt God’s call to serve in missions, and passionately pursued that call, leading her to SNU where she first heard about Extreme Nazarene.
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