Student Missionaries Serve the World

Southwestern’s Office of Spiritual Development is asking that students, faculty and staff, and friends of Southwestern Adventist University keep student missionaries from Southwestern in their prayers. Some are already at their assignment, and some are getting ready to depart.

Gizelle Ortiz, Girls’ Assistant Dean, Holbrook Academy

Emily Weber, ESL Teacher, Kiev, Unkraine

Austin McKey, 1st Grade Teacher, Marshall Islands

Christine Ragnauth, 3rd & 4th Grade Teacher, Micronesia

Sarah Shelly, ESL Teacher, Moscow, Russia

Tina Declerk, Homeschool Teacher, Papua New Guinea

Amalia Rioual, Child/Teen Ministry Director, Benin

Michelle Rico, ESL Teacher, Korea

Sabina Mauricio, ESL Teacher, Korea

Jennifer Castillo, ESL Teacher, Korea

Tony Pearce, ESL Teacher, Korea

Several graduates are also teaching in Korea.

Eleny Rosado

Ben Burkhardt

Deyvy Rodriguez

Adrian Solis

Also, please remember those in Bolivia.

Jarrod Purkeypile

Eileen Purkeypile

According to Chaplain Islem Mattey, anyone interested in sending any of the students listed above something in a care package, or a handwritten note of encouragement, should let the Office of Spiritual Development know. They will be happy to include it in the care packages that will be sent soon.

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