God has called us to be church planting missionaries to Mozambique, Africa. We are so thankful that the Lord would use us to magnify the name of Christ in this country. Would you consider partnering with us as we take the gospel to Mozambique?

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I was born in a Christian home with loving, godly parents. They raised me to love the Lord and serve Him all my days. At the age of 6 years old I trusted Jesus Christ as my personal Saviour. After this I continued to serve the Lord, and, as I grew up, the Lord continually gave me opportunities to serve Him in the church and the community. 
In 2017 the Lord gave me the opportunity to visit missionaries with Vision Baptist Missions in China. Here the Lord worked in my heart and I began considering how the Lord might use me in His plan for world evangelism. 
In October of 2020, my wife, Christen, and I were married. Since then we moved to Alpharetta, Georgia to work with Vision Baptist Missions and begin our training for overseas church planting. 
At the end of 2021, Christen and I went to southern Africa to see Mozambique, Africa. We prayed over this country as a place where the Lord might call us to work. After seeing the need and praying we surrendered our lives to be church planting missionaries in Mozambique, Africa. We thank God for His calling on our life and are excited to see how He works through us.



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There are so many ways to get involved with God's plan for world evangelism at Vision Baptist Missions.
Have you ever wondered how God might use you in His plan for world evangelism? Click the link below for more information.


We are very thankful for such a kind and loving sending church; Woodlawn Baptist Church in Lenoir City, Tennessee. 
Led by Pastor David Latham for more than 30 years, Woodlawn has been a great blessing to us. It has been a place of spiritual growth and encouragement for us and it is our prayer that it continues to be a lighthouse in the community for years to come.


"And that he died for all, that they which live should not henceforth live unto themselves, but unto him which died for them, and rose again."

2 Corinthians 5:15