God has graciously allowed us to be part of what He is doing in our city, country and world. We have been given the privilege to send out missionaries and partner with and support individuals and organizations – all to make disciples of Jesus Christ.
Jeremy Sink, Nagoya, Japan
Jeremy and his family currently serves with Mission to the World’s church planting team in Nagoya, Japan. MTW is the global missions arm of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Since the denomination does not have a centralized mission budget, they rely on the Holy Spirit to lead individual families and church congregations to support them on a monthly or annual basis. More Information
Matt Haynes, Capetown, South Africa
Matt is a reformed pilot in every sense of the word. He has been a charter pilot, mission pilot, instructor pilot, and airline captain. Now ordained by the Presbyterian Church in America, he is looking forward to teaching at the Bible Institute of South Africa and walking with the future pastors and leaders of the African Church. More Information
Chuck Askew, North Carolina State University (NCSU)
Chuck Askew is the campus minister for Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at North Carolina State University. Chuck is originally from Atlanta, Georgia, but became involved with RUF in his time at the University of Florida and spent 2 years as an intern with RUF at Mississippi State. After those two years, Chuck went to Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson to get a Masters of Divinity. While there, he met his lovely wife Lauren, originally from Syracuse, New York, who was in the Marriage and Family Therapy program of RTS. After graduating in 2005, Chuck and Lauren moved to Conway, South Carolina to start the RUF at Coastal Carolina University. Since then, God has blessed them with their son, Charlie, and a daughter, Norah. After four years at Coastal Carolina University, Chuck was called to serve as the RUF campus minister at North Carolina State University. Chuck feels intimidated to be the campus minster at NC State, in large part due to following two campus ministers with great hair. More Information