Meet mission workers Jeff and Christi Boyd
Thanks in part to the work of Presbyterian mission co-worker Jeff Boyd, about 30 school buildings in Central Africa have been constructed that serve more than 9,000 children annually. Meanwhile, his wife, Christi, has helped develop 41 grain banks in the arid North of Cameroon.
While their roles are different, Jeff and Christi share a common commitment to working alongside African partners in ministries of empowerment.
Watch Jeff as he talks about Presbyterians’ collective commitment to mission and expresses his thanks to the church. Jeff serves as the PC(USA)’s regional liaison in Central Africa. He and Christi, facilitator for the Presbyterian Hunger Program’s Joining Hands initiative in Cameroon, have been mission co-workers in Africa for more than two decades.
Jeff and Christi, Thank you for your service to our Lord Jesus. I am honored to be part of the church community that supports you. In Christ's love, Armando
Jeff and Christi are doing phenominal work. The video provides a talking head. Jeff seems like a real nice guy and his words reveal that he is compentent and knowledgeable. What is missing in the video are the faces from the mission field. I believe it is time to equip every mission coworker with a compact video recorder with the request, "Take lots of videos and photos and send them often." A talking head cannot adequate communicate the impact of mission dollars in support of international mission.