I had the privilege of growing up in a Christian home, and I accepted Jesus as my Savior when I was in college.
In 2004, in chapel at Baptist Bible College, a play was presented about the life of missionary of Bob Hughes. God used that play to work in my heart, and I surrendered my life to be a missionary.
I was raised at Cherry Street Baptist Church, where I’ve had the opportunity to serve in youth and adult Sunday School classes, and many other ministries . During our church’s missions conference in 2017, I was introduced to the field of South Sudan, and the great need for the Gospel. After much prayer, my wife Chelsea and I surrendered to be missionaries to South Sudan.
During our internship at Cherry Street Baptist Church we were able to visit South Sudan. We had the privilege to serve along side the people of Bible Baptist Church of South Sudan and learn from them during our time there. We cannot wait to continue the work that the Enoch’s have started in South Sudan, and we know the Lord will continue to do great things!
I was born into a family who modeled how to keep Christ the center of my life. During a Vacation Bible School in 1998 I accepted Jesus as my personal Savior.
In 2011, I had the opportunity to serve with missionaries on a Navajo reservation. Serving there helped me see that people in other cultures do not always grow up hearing the name of Jesus and what He did for each of us. It was then that the Lord began to tug on my heart about overseas missions. During my senior year of college, during my church’s missions conference, I went forward and surrendered my life to be a full-time missionary.
When Levi and I were engaged to be married we began to pray together about the mission field in which God was calling us to go. In 2017 the Lord burdened our hearts for the people of South Sudan. While serving 6months of our internship in Kenya and South Sudan, as we saw the great spiritual need and had conversations with the South Sudanese people, the Lord confirmed our calling to the country. We are excited to raise our support so that we can go back to reach, teach, and minister to the South Sudanese people!