Before returning to the UK in 2010, Jeremy and his wife Rachel were successful church planters among the Dagara people in the rural south of Burkina Faso.
Jeremy and Rachel have served with Mission Africa since 1996. After spending their first year of marriage in language preparation in Paris, they moved to the mainly French speaking town of Legmoin.
Over the years they helped establish many new churches among the Dagara people. They were involved in preaching, evangelizing and training church leaders in rural villages, often using the Jesus Film and Bible correspondence courses as effective tools.
Jeremy and Rachel currently live in Dorest, and have three children, Katie, Timmy and Toby.
Jeremy now works as Mission Africa’s England Region Mobiliser. He regularly travels to Burkina Faso to distribute Bible correspondence courses in schools, and to engage in village evangelism – showing screenings of the Jesus film.
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