STONECREEK MISSIONARIES IN THE FIELD
THE WILCOX FAMILY
HOPE FOR GUATEMALA
ZONE 18, GUATEMALA CITY
Brad and Becca Wilcox moved to Guatemala City in the summer of 2016 with their two children, Bryce and Baylee. They are currently living in Zone 18 and working with one of Stonecreek’s ministry partners, Hope for Guatemala. Zone 18 is one of the poorest areas of Guatemala City, and is heavily influenced by gangs, crime, and poverty. Hope for Guatemala has been working to change the culture of Zone 18 by providing a safe place for kids to go to eat, learn, and find out about Jesus. Brad and Becca are a key part of this ministry as they build relationships with the teenagers, help run a sports program, and assist with child sponsorship. Most of all they are able to step into the gap for many of these kids who do not have many adult’s invest in their lives. They are able to be present and engaged in these kids lives as they disciple this next generation that is going to change Zone 18.
SHE IS SAFE
NEAR EAST AND ASIA
Katy lives in Alpharetta where she is on staff with She is Safe, an organization that works with vulnerable women in some of the worlds most dangerous countries. Her job takes her all over the world where “She Is Safe works to prevent, rescue and restore women and girls from abuse and slavery in high risk places around the world, equipping them to build a life of freedom, faith and a strong future.” Stonecreek has been a part of supporting Katy as she works to change the lives of vulnerable women around the world and point them towards Jesus. If you are interested in finding out more about Katy’s work with She is Safe please visit their website: www.sheissafe.org.
THE ETERNAL FAMILY PROJECT
Taylor was part of our first Intern Abroad Program a few years ago. After that program she felt God leading her to serve with children in Honduras. In the fall of 2016 Taylor moved to Honduras to work with a girls home called The Eternal Family Project. This organization is a home and school for local girls. Taylor has been a huge asset to their school as she teaches multiple subjects in the school as well as looking after the youngest of the girls at the home. She is a huge support to the staff of The Eternal Family Project and she will remain there as a teacher through May 2017.
If you are interested in finding out more about long term missions and what it looks like to serve abroad with Stonecreek please submit an interest form.