MEET THE TEAM

CURRENT STAFF BIOS

 

Kyle and Melissa Jenkins

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Kyle and Melissa started Loving All Peoples (formally known as Vickery Meadow Ministry) in 2003 after deciding to pour out their lives for Jesus and move into the Vickery Meadows community.  Their heart is to love and encourage others to love all peoples with the love that is inside of them. They have worked among multiple international people groups, in multiple lower-income apartment communities, among the gay-community, and among people stuck in the sex-industry. Their purpose is to make disciples and church plant among all people groups in the DFW area.

 

Yadir and Ania Castello 

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Granted asylum to the USA this year, Yadir was a pastor in Cuba and his wife worked along side of him. They were instrumental in planting around 1,700 house churches in 6 different provinces in Cuba and they are so excited about the opportunity to get to do this here. Their focus will be making disciples and church planting among the Spanish speaking communities in the DFW area.

 

Jeremy and Mindi Patty

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Jeremy and Mindi moved to Dallas in 2009 from Missouri to attend Dallas Theological Seminary. Jeremy worked in the financial services industry for 10 years as a Financial Rep and Managing Director before moving here. For the last 5-6 years, he served on a church staff overseeing, pastoring, and shepherding around 600 people in 60-70 small groups. Jeremy and Mindi are passionate about following Jesus, loving all people, and encouraging everyone to do the same. Their focus is making disciples who make disciples among the “unchurched” by bringing the “church” to ALL people groups in the DFW area.

 

Murama and Grace Rugumanya

Murama grew up as the son of a missionary and has always felt the calling to become a missionary himself. He was born in Rwanda, grew up in the Congo and lived in many African countries. For the past 5 years, Murama has worked as a senior case manager for refugees in Ft. Worth. He and his wife Grace will be focused on making disciples and planting churches among Africans in DFW.

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