Welcome Aboard, Andy!

by | Oct 23, 2016 | English | 0 comments

newsletter-mssn-logoWe’re delighted to introduce Andy Godfrey, who started working for MediaServe, a new division of ServeNow, this week, furthering our reach in the UK. He started working with us part-time this week, and in the new year will become a full-time contact for all our UK supporters.

He’s available to come and give talks about various outreach projects in churches, to help with fundraising campaigns … oh, and did you know he’s a seasoned preacher?

If you’d like to contact him, please email him on andy@mediaserve.org or call him on +44 (0)7590 862842.

A note from Andy:

I am yourrev-andy new UK ‘go to’ for MediaServe, which has recently become a division ServeNow.  I’m looking forward to getting to know you all and excited about what God has in store for us all.

By way of a whistle-stop tour of my background, I stood up to preach for the first time at the tender age of 15. Later, after graduating from Moorlands Bible College, I became an evangelist with Counties Evangelistic Work, which is now known as Counties.

Eastern Europe has always had a special place in my heart.  My father was a missionary there during the reign of communism.  In 1993, I joined the Slavic Gospel Association and lectured on evangelism in 13 bible schools across seven countries in Eastern Europe.  Subsequently, I have pastored two churches and worked for Christian Aid.

MediaServe is dedicated to getting the Bible into countries where it’s not readily available. Discipleship courses and children’s material are also being supplied to Nepal, India, Uganda and the Ukraine – amongst others.  This is exciting, thrilling and rewarding work which is reaping spiritual fruit all over the world.  There’s always more to do and we would value your help and prayers.

God bless,

Andy Godfrey

MediaServe Awareness Development and Fundraising Officer

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