Missions Night with Jaime Saint


Dec 04 2019


5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Missions Night: An Evening of Story with Jaime Saint

Story: Has Been, Is Being, Will BE …HIS Story!

Wednesday, Dec 4
Dinner: 5:30-6:00 pm
Speaker/Program: 6:15-7:30 pm
Simmons Hall

Childcare for Infants-PreK4. KG-Grade 12 will join their parents and/or participate in Missions Night. 

Guest Speaker: Jaime Saint, Executive Director, ITEC

Please join us for a special evening with Jaime Saint as he shares God’s story about his family and how it has shaped his life and ministry. We will also learn how the Lord is using ITEC to advance the Gospel and make disciples locally and across the world. Prepared to be challenged to think differently about your life, your family and the story God is writing about you!

Jaime’s grandfather is martyr Nate Saint, a jungle missionary pilot who was speared to death in the Amazon Rainforest of Ecuador, South America in 1956 by the Waodani tribe. Jaime grew up participating in missions in Ecuador and Mali, West Africa. In 1985, Jaime stayed with his family for a summer in the Amazon Rainforest to help the Waodani tribe learn to do for themselves what outsiders had been doing for them. Their goal was to help them reach their own people with the Gospel.

Jaime is a graduate of the University of Florida with a degree in Marketing. He has been married to Jessica Shea for over 20 years and they have 6 beautiful daughters. After many years in the business world, Jaime took a year and a half off to help promote the movie, End of the Spear, and to challenge people of all ages to let God write their life stories. In 2010, the Lord led Jaime to join the ITEC (Indigenous People’s Technology and Education Center) team. Jaime has a passion to take the practical life principles laid out in God’s Word and help invest into others.

Jaime serves as the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR of ITEC, the ministry his father Steve founded in 1996. ITEC develops tools and sustainable training systems for the local church, trains indigenous Christ-followers to meet the physical and spiritual needs of their people as a door opener to share the Gospel and equips others to do the same both domestically and abroad.
Dinner reservations through regular Wednesday night.

Dinner reservations accepted Thursday, Nov 28 through Tuesday, Dec 3. Reservations close at 4:30 on Tuesday.


Mission Ministry | 706.922.7038 | missions@warrenbaptist.org

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