Missionaries We Support
Jordana Nickle (YWAM)
Beginning my YWAM journey in 2016 was the best decision I’ve ever made! My life has changed so much since that day I stepped through the doors of the training center. I have learned so much about myself throughout this journey and a lot about the person God made me to be. I have learned even more about who God is and how to have a relationship with him. The excitement and passion I have gained from all these experiences that I have had have helped me decide that I want to pursue missions for the rest of my life.
A little about what I’ve done with YWAM: I have completed my DTS, going to Texas and Mexico on my outreach. I’ve completed a BSN (Bible School for the Nations) and taught Bible classes in the Philippines. And lastly I’ve completed Launchpad, which is a leadership internship that helped me develop leadership and project planning skills. I planned and led my own outreach to Chicago, the Philippines and Japan.
What’s next? For the next two years, I will be on full-time staff at YWAM Madison to continue growing in leadership skills, spiritual growth and personal growth. I will continue building upon my future ministry goals: to show the love of God to people all over the world through hospitality.
Daniel and Gayna Salinas for United World Missions
Daniel and Gayna Salinas are serving in Medellin, Colombia at the Biblical Seminary of Colombia. Daniel is a professor of theology and church history at the seminary. Daniel also serves as the associate director of the Theological Education Initiative, a program of the United World Mission. Gayna grew up in Green River, Utah and after graduating from USU went as a missionary to Latin America.
Robert & Molly Clementz (Wycliffe Bible Translators)
Shannon & Nelia Ries (One Collective)
Peter & Kathy Clark (Christar)
Peter is from Leeds, England, and studied Music Education before beginning teaching. Kathy grew up in Houston, Texas, and also studied Music Education at Texas Tech University.
After teaching in England, then in Conroe, Texas, the Clarks felt the Lord calling them to provide Christian schooling for children of “workers” overseas. They taught for 7 years (from 1997) at Whitman Academy, in Amman, Jordan. Then for 13 years ran a small MK school in North Africa.
Now the Lord has led them into a new ministry! With instability and war in so many countries around the world, Europe is finding itself inundated with refugees. This provides many opportunities to reach even more people with the Hope of the Gospel! The Clarks relocated to northern England early in 2020 to work with asylum-seekers and immigrants, teaching them English, helping them settle in and become contributing citizens of their new country, and sharing the Truth of God’s infinite and unfailing love and grace.