Angie Kaeselau has been a part of Grace Bible Church since 2005.  Growing up, she had a desire to serve the Lord, and after having been exposed to a man who had been a missionary in Africa, the Lord gave her the desire to serve Him in that way as well.  After college, Angie still had a desire to be a missionary, so in 2006 she went on a short-term mission trip with New Tribes Mission to Papua New Guinea.  It was during this time that the Lord confirmed that she desired to give her life to serving Him as a missionary.  After hearing that almost half of the people groups in the world had never heard of Jesus Christ, Angie knew she wanted to be a part of making Him known in those places who had never heard of Him.  Angie has been serving with New Tribes Mission in Senegal, West Africa since 2012.

 

Brent Olstad was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, and attended Biola University, where he received his Bachelor of Music degree in Organ Performance. Brent has served as a Worship Pastor for the past 25 years and is currently the Director of Joni and Friends Southern Oregon, equipping Christ honoring churches to evangelize and disciple people affected by disability. He and his wife, Rachel, oversee a variety of community outreaches in southern Oregon and the Pacific Northwest and train church leaders how to develop and maintain a thriving disability ministry. Learn more about this ministry at http://www.joniandfriends.org/southern-oregon/ or like Joni and Friends Southern Oregon on Facebook. Brent and Rachel have three children, Bryce, Abel and Phoebe and reside in Phoenix, OR.

 

Jennessa Randall

Jennessa Randall grew up in Roseburg, Oregon and was exposed to many aspects of missions through her family and home church. Her desire to be a missionary found its “what and where” when she heard about Cadence International’s ministry to military teens. During 15 years of youth ministry to kids on American bases in Germany, her love and passion for the entire military community grew deep. Now she ministers to the young wives and service women in the Pearl Harbor military community on Oahu, Hawaii through evangelism, discipleship, and counseling.