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    Jordan and Amy desire that every person in the world be given the chance to hear of Jesus’ payment for their sin, to accept His…

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      United States
      Mexico
      Peaceful Valley church (Elk, WA)
      preparing for church planting among the Nahuatl
      Jordan and Amy desire that every person in the world be given the chance to hear of Jesus’ payment for their sin, to accept His sacrifice on their behalf, and to grow to maturity in Christ. God has led them to join a church planting team sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ among the Nahuatl people of Mexico – a group without prior access to God’s Word. Jordan and Amy have completed national language and culture study with Ethnos360 (founded in 1942 as New Tribes Mission), and are excited to begin work among the Nahuatl! They are now sharing God’s vision for this ministry with others, inviting them to partner together in reaching those who have not heard of Jesus. Their immediate goal – by God’s grace and provision – is to start building a house in a Nahuatl mountain village this November, then move in by June of 2019. Jordan and Amy are sent from Peaceful Valley Church, where they have grown and served for several years. They have four children: Elayne, Titus, Joel, and Lily.