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US-2s serve a city they now love

City of Detroit welcomes three young missionaries

The second of two features introducing six Global Mission Fellows in Michigan ministry settings. Meet the city of Detroit’s US-2s.

US-2s share love in Kalamazoo

US 2 Emily Burns on the grow in Kalamazoo

The first of two features introducing six Global Mission Fellows working in Michigan ministry settings. Meet the US-2s of Kalamazoo.

There’s a new missionary in town

Young adult missionary Lauren Norton

Lauren Norton grew up in Georgia and felt tugged by God as a college student. She has moved to Detroit for two years of service as a Global Mission Fellow.

Fellows at work in Michigan

Global Mission Fellows include Emily Burns

At the present time, seven young adult missionaries are serving in Michigan. Three of these Fellows talk about their service with God’s people in Kalamazoo and Detroit.

Global Mission Fellows have arrived

Four Global Mission Fellows headed for Michigan

Yeo, Nathan and Samantha are now in ministry in Detroit. Kathryn is serving in Kalamazoo. These four young adult missionaries continue a strong US-2 tradition in the Michigan Area. 

US-2s serve Michigan well

Two Global Mission Fellows who serve in Michigan are now finishing their term

There have been 10 Global Mission Fellows, young adult missionaries, serving in Michigan since 2010. On August 25th three more  young people arrive to serve in Detroit and Kalamazoo.

Meet Lynda Sylvain, Fearless Fellow

Motown Mission staff

Since 2017 Lynda Sylvain has served as a US-2 in Detroit. She speaks here about her work at Motown Mission.

Meet Grace Okerson, Fearless Fellow

US-2 Grace Okerson

Since 2017 Grace Okerson has served as a Global Mission Fellow in Detroit. Learn about her work at NOAH Project.

Missionary from Haiti serves in Detroit

Reverb is a podcast hosted by Young People’s Ministries. Listen to an interview with Lynda Sylvain.

A call to service

US-2 Isaac Dunn “cultivates kinship” as a case worker for The NOAH Project in downtown Detroit.

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