Monday, July 13, 2009

Focus On Missions

Jonathan & Jennifer Davis
Preparing to serve in leadership development and discipleship in Uganda

Fast Facts

Birthdays: Jonathan (11/22/80), Jennifer (3/17/80)
Anniversary: (8/21/04)
Education: Jonathan: B.A. in Bible and theology, 2004, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago. Jennifer: B.A. in international ministries and applied linquistics, 2002, Moody Bible Institute
Appointed: October 2005
Home Churches: New Hope Community Church, Villa Park, Illinois; First Baptist Church, Wheaton, Illinois


Anticipated Ministry Focus: Jonathan will serve in church leadership development and small group discipleship. He will also work at the Kampala School of Music providing trumpet lessons and brass instrument repair. Jennifer will disciple women on a university campus and help to establish the university student ministry of Kampala Baptist Church.
The People: University age youth in Kampala who will influence "tomorrow's Uganda," and church leaders around the country who have little or no biblical or leadership training.
Ministry Experience: Jonathan has been an interim youth pastor and participated in a traveling brass quintet that included a trip to Uganda. He also served as a member and the president of the Moody Symphonic Band with which he traveled on seven U.S. tours and two international tours in Europe. Jennifer spent two summers with Touch the World Ministries in Uganda, and one summer living in a village with a Ugandan family for her Moody internship. She also spent a year discipling university women in Kampala through a short-term ministry with WorldVenture. Jennifer, a member of the Moody Symphonic Band, served for a year on its leadership team. She traveled on U.S. tours and an international tour to Europe. The Davises also serve as the brass section for the worship team and co-lead the missions team at New Hope Community Church in Villa Park, Illinois.
Prayer Focus: Thank the Lord for a unity of vision for work in Uganda. Pray for wisdom as the Davises prepare for ministry in Uganda that they would choose wisely from all the possible things to take part in, serve in and learn from in their pre-field ministry.

1 comment:

Samantha said...

Praying for these dear missionaries and the much needed work they do, God bless you and them !