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Missionary

Isabella Jackson

Isabella Jackson

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Hi there! :) My name is Isabella, I'm 20 years old, I started my missions journey at 19. When I was 15, I felt the Lord grip my heart for missions through a video of Circuit Riders. I was serving in my home church since I was a child, and knew that I wanted to dedicate my life to serving the Lord. Over the years, I began to grow more and more in love with missions, as it became the only thing I could ever see myself doing. I kept it in my mind all throughout high school, and even a year of college, before giving Jesus my full yes.


When I joined CR, I had the privilege of joining a small team, traveling across the southeast of the United States, stopping at universities and college campuses. On every campus we hosted worship nights, preached the Gospel, and invited my generation into a life with Jesus. Circuit Riders absolutely changed my life, and marked me for the nations in a way that I have never experienced. I believe the Lord placed me in CR as a launching pad, before taking me down a life of missions.


Now as I finish up my time with Circuit Riders, I have the honor of joining Africa Freedom Missions, on their one month trip to Lusaka, Zambia. AFM partners with local ministries and churches in Lusaka, to make a significant impact in the care of widows and orphans, poverty alleviation, etc.


Due to missions being considered as simply full-time volunteer work, I am looking for lovers of Christ that are willing to prayerfully consider financially investing in what the Lord is doing through me in Zambia, and wherever He sends me in my next season. It is an honor to be able to witness how much the Lord loves His people, and how much He is already doing across the nations. My life belongs to the King of Glory. And to Him, I say, "Here am I, Send me."


"And these signs will follow those who [a]believe: In My name they will cast out demons; they will speak with new tongues; they will take up serpents; and if they drink anything deadly, it will by no means hurt them; they will lay hands on the sick, and they will recover.” Mark 16:17-18


Isabella

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