The Evangelism & Discipleship Team
We are incredibly thankful for this team that is committed to passionately and effectively sharing the Gospel! Together, they are impacting many with the Good News of Jesus Christ and training Africans to reach Africans.
Community Outreach Director
Jeremy has 10+ years of ministry training and service. He has been serving with Impact Africa for almost three years as the Community Outreach Director. He has a huge passion to share the Gospel and disciple/train local Africans to effectively share their faith and advance the Gospel in their own communities. Feel free to reach out to Jeremy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Simon Peter is a local African who we are very blessed to have on our evangelism team! His passion to reach the lost exudes into every area of his life as he daily shares the Gospel and leads local Bible Studies right in the heart of the informal settlements.
Lazarus Khosa is a local African who has been serving with Impact Africa for 6+ in various roles. Lazarus is full of wisdom and has a gift of teaching the Word of God. Lazarus humbly serves through transporting the outreach teams to ministry sites and through leading local Bible Studies.
“Being an intern at Impact Africa was the greatest decision I've ever made. Before I came here, I was loving and serving Jesus the best I knew how, but it still felt like I was living in black and white. Now, I finally feel like I'm seeing in color. Learning how to share my faith and embracing the Great Commission has made me come alive in a way I've never felt before.”- Sarah Miller, class of 2016
“This was my first mission trip and it literally transformed me and changed my life! I love what Impact Africa is doing for the people of Africa! Before this trip I hadn't ever had a passion for missions or an understanding of how important missions really is! Now I want to live my life for the Gospel! Thank you Impact Africa for impacting me!”- Cassi Mhoon
“We are helping to not only meet the physical needs, but the spiritual needs of people in Africa.”- Katie Cavanaugh, Class of 2011