DateJuly 10 - July 20, 2020
David & Angela Doan
Seneatha Clayton fell in love with missions the summer after high school on her first trip to Central America. When asked by the UPCI Youth Ministries to serve in the AYC ministry, Seneatha saw this as an opportunity of a lifetime. The chance to serve with youth across North America on the mission field was a dream come true! Seneatha graduated from Missouri State University with her bachelor of science degree in accounting and plans to finish her master’s degree in the future. Along with her love for numbers, she enjoys volunteering, event planning, and all types of travel. She has served on different leadership teams in administration, Bible Quizzing, and other areas revolving around youth ministry. As a young person, her life was impacted by youth ministry and the people involved, so she takes every opportunity to pour back into the youth of today.
Wesley & Lindsey Stephens
Wesley and Lindsey have been involved with student ministry for 9 years. They currently serve as Student Pastor at the Pentecostals of Murfreesboro and Youth President of Tennessee. God has blessed them with two amazing children, Hazel (4) and Knox (2). Wesley works at the church and Lindsey is a first-grade teacher. Outside of church and kids, the Stephens love to travel, try new foods, and drink lots of coffee! Lindsey’s favorite coffee drink is a cold brew and Wesley’s go to drink is an iced Americano.
David & Angela Meyer
We have been involved in student ministry for 16 years - as Youth Pastor, Hyphen Coordinators, Sectional Directors and Youth President of Wisconsin for the past 4 years. We also currently serve as the Associate Pastors at Living Word Church. We live in Greenfield, WI with our daughter Elianna who just turned 9. My wife is super woman - not only does she play the incredibly important role as Mom, but also is a Registered Nurse and serves various roles at our church.
We would like to do a SERVE activity in visiting a local orphanage and helping out with the children.
AYC, for me, was the single most life changing trip of my life. It was life changing to see 33 Maasai tribe members receive the Holy Ghost, you could see the sweet Holy Spirit all over them. AYC gave me the opportunity to explore my love for missions, and even further my life in missions. I had the feeling I was called to global missions, my AYC trip completely confirmed that for me.
Brandi Young | Zambia
Gallery from previous trip