My name is Jacinta Henkels. I believe God has called me to be a missionary with YWAM (Youth With A Mission) Circuit Riders, located in Huntington Beach, California.The Heart of Circuit Riders is to save the lost, revive the saved, and train them all.
God has blessed me with the opportunity to enter their Discipleship Training School beginning in October and ending in April. It is a non-profit organization made up of young and expectant believers striving to bring the word of Jesus and love of God to those who have yet to hear it across America and Europe. This is a six month program split into two 3 month sections. The first three months, October-December, are a Lecture Phase. During this time I will be attending classes that better equip me in sharing the gospel and touching hearts with the good news of Jesus. The following 3 months I will be sent on an outreach with a team to reach people on high school and college campuses across the nation, partnering with local churches to host worship nights and deliver the message of God’s love. This starts in January and is predicted to end late March-early April.
I have personally attended a few of their events and each one has marked me and stirred my heart for missions. My heart burns for others my age to hear of and experience the beauty of life with Jesus. Throughout this past year I had prayed and prayed on where God desired me to be this upcoming fall and He made it clear that I was to join this ministry in accordance with fulfilling my role in the Great Commision.
The cost of the school along with daily and weekly living expenses require me to raise a total nearing $12,000. Throughout this past summer I have raised just shy of $4,000. I would be honored for you to prayerfully consider partnering with me financially and in prayer to see a generation ignited with a zeal for Jesus, inspiring others to find Him. Any amount that you are willing to contribute makes a difference is greatly appreciated!
Thank you in advance for all your support–in prayer and/or financially. It truly means so much to me!