May 2, 2021

Alumni News – May 2021

Makayla Frye (’16) graduated in May 2020 from Baptist Bible College and Cox College of Nursing. Since then she has worked as a nurse in Springfield, MO, and served at High Street Church. This spring, she was approved as a WIN (World Initiative Network) missionary to Kenya and will be working with Real 4 Christ Ministries. Makayla says, “Ever since stepping off the plane to spend the summer of 2017 in Kenya, I knew that is where God wanted me to be. That summer I grew in my love for ministry, for God’s people, and specifically for the people of Kenya. I can’t wait to see how God is going to use this next phase of my life, and am humbled that He has chosen me to go share the Gospel and be His hands and feet to the incredible people of Kenya.” For more info:

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