DateJune 11 - June 21, 2021
Prince and Suzana Mathiasz
Justin & Kimberly Reinking
Justin and Kimberly Reinking joined the UPCI Youth Ministries team in January 2017 and served as Director of Promotion and most recently, General Youth Secretary. Before coming to St. Louis, they were blessed to serve the OK Youth department for nearly 10 years, serving as Sectional Youth leader, Senior Bible Quiz Coordinator, Youth Secretary, and Oklahoma District Youth President for six years. Justin and Kimberly were a full-time Youth Pastor team in Dewar, OK for 10 years serving under Pastor Matthew Martin at the Dewar United Pentecostal Church. Justin is an ordained minister of the UPCI and believes in this generation of Apostolic youth. Both attended Indiana Bible College from 1999-2003 and in July 2001, they were married! They have three handsome boys: Noah, Elijah, and Micah. The family enjoys sports in the backyard, game nights, and family walks. Justin enjoys running and basketball, and he considers himself a Reuben sandwich connoisseur (see Shapiro’s in Indy).
Travis & Amber Worthington
We have been the Founding Pastor for the last 9 years at The Nova Church in the Washington DC Metro and Youth President of the Virginia District. We are incredibly passionate about our family and just celebrated our 12th wedding anniversary. Our awesome children Mia and Cam are the highlights of everyday. Travis is an avid reader, uno player, coffee connoisseur and first grade girls soccer Coach. Amber loves to play soccer with the kids, trying new foods, listening to audio books and enjoys her new found passion of playing the board game Risk.
Paint, polish, maintenance work at the HQ church.
Beach-Coastal clean up at the Mount Lavinia beach. It’s a short distance from the HQ church which is situated in the city of Mount Lavinia (a suburb of Colombo).
When I left for my AYC trip to Costa Rica, there was no way I could have anticipated what God had in store for me. I left for Costa Rica, hoping to see God perform miracles in the lives of those around me. I never imagined that he also planned on touching my life, and healing the insecurities that I had struggled with for years. It took me flying all the way to Costa Rica to realize something; The God who healed bodies and filled souls with his spirit in Central America, was at work back at my home in Maryland. I left AYC not feeling afraid to go back home, but confident that when I went home, he would be the same God. Since AYC, my faith has been amplified and I know that God is the same, no matter where I am!
Camryn Staten | Costa Rica