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Young Adult Volunteers

Peter Compton

  Support Peter Read Peter’s blog My name is Peter Compton and I am a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During my time there,… Read more »

Mitchell Borgstadt

  Support Mitchell Read Mitchell’s blog My name is Mitchell Borgstadt. I am a 21-year-old with a deep passion for sharing the Gospel and helping people.

Helen Salita

  Support Helen Read Helen’s blog Hi! My name is Helen and I’m excited to be serving in Scotland for the upcoming year! I grew up in the suburbs outside… Read more »

Kate Underwood

  Support Kate Read Kates’s blog My name is Kate Underwood. I am 23 years old and from a little town called White Salmon in Washington State. Last spring, I… Read more »

Mary Lennox Halfacre

  Support Mary Read Mary’s blog Hello! My name is Mary Lennox Halfacre and I am from Memphis, Tennessee. I am a graduate of Western Kentucky University where I studied… Read more »

Teressa Cooper

  Support Teressa Read Teressa’s blog Hello!I am Teressa Cooper (pronouns: she/her). I am 24 years old and grew up in the rural town of Lindsborg, Kansas a.k.a. Little Sweden,… Read more »

Jordan Heinzel-Nelson

  Support Jordan Read Jordan’s blog My name is Jordan Heinzel-Nelson. I grew up in a small town called Allentown, New Jersey as the daughter of a Presbyterian minister. The… Read more »

Deanna McDonnell

  Support Deanna Read Deanna’s Blog My name is Deanna McDonnell. I am from Taylor, Michigan. I celebrated my 25th birthday in July. I went to Eastern Michigan University in… Read more »

Davis Howe

  Support Davis Read Davis’s Blog My name is Davis Howe. I am 23 years old and was born in Memphis, Tennessee. I have worked as a summer camp director… Read more »

John Thomas “J.T.” Davis

  Support J.T. Read J.T.’s blog Hello! I’m J.T. Davis. I recently graduated from Presbyterian College with a Bachelor of Arts in music and a Bachelor of Arts in English… Read more »