African Missions Project is happy to announce our new Director of HIV Widows Ministry, Becky Drost. She is the wife of Terry Drost, lead pastor of the Peckville Assemblies of God [ PAG ] Church located in Peckville, Pennsylvania. Becky is the mother of three children, Tyler, Dylan, and Kyle . She loves living in Northeastern Pennsylvania and has a sincere desire along with her husband, Terry, to see the community won for our Lord Jesus Christ.
Becky started ministry in 1995 serving as a youth pastor along with her husband, Terry, at Peckville . In 2005 she and her husband were appointed Lead Pastors at Peckville Assemblies of God. Becky currently leads the women's ministry at PAG.
Becky has travel to several third world countries and loves ministering there. In January of 2019 Becky and Terry traveled with our AMP team to Kenya, where she had a profound experience ministering to HIV infected widows. The Holy Spirit touched her heart for these precious women and called Becky to be a difference maker for the suffering children of God.
Becky came back to PAG and immediately started a fundraising campaign to feed 50 HIV infected widows of the Siany slums of Kisumu, Kenya daily. These widows need food to take with the powerful HIV drugs they receive or they become very sick and can even die.
The women of PAG, under her leadership, have been hosting luncheons, T-Shirt sales, sponsor a widow, sewing dress for widows, silent auctions, love offerings and more. It is Becky's vision to be feeding all three hundred widows of the Siany slums and to open a Health Clinic by 2022. At AMP, we love Becky's heart and vision for these destitute women. This is why we are proud to have her join our ministry. Under her leadership, we look forward to impacting many more souls with the healing touch of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Guy serves as the Director of African Missions Project [ AMP ] . The Holy Spirit called Him to Africa while in prayer in 2006. Since that time Guy has made seven trips to Africa and has been a part of building six Tabernacle churches for needy Kenyan Assemblies of God [ KAG ] congregations, and a school classroom for the orphan children of the Siany slums, .
He has also started a feeding program for the 325 orphan children who attend the Siany school. A feeding program for widows in the Siany slums. Guy has also been a part of training up African Pastors by instituting pastor seminar class and purchasing Kindle Fire Tablets for needy Kenyan Pastors. He has also started a pastor support program which pays Kenyan pastors $ 50 per month to help them put some food on the table for there families. Many Kenyan congregations are so poor they cannot afford to pay there pastors any salary so these men of God are forced to look for outside employment to provide for there families.
Guy has a vision to build 15 more Tabernacle churches over the next five years for fifteen needy Kenyan congregations. These KAG churches have no permanent place to call home and are currently holding their church services in temporary unsafe structures or out in open fields or in someone home. These Tabernacle churches serve the dual purposes of protecting the congregation from the searing heat during the dry season and the heavy rains during the wet season. They also give the congregation a permanent place to call home.
The Tabernacle churches are open aired free standing steel structures that are typically erected in two days for a cost of $ 4000. They consists of cement footings, steel beams, purlins, trusses, corrugated roofing, thousands of screws, and a ample dose of elbow grease.
Guy's passion is to bring American churches over to Kenya on short term [ 9 to 10 days ] trips to have a life changing missions experience . These trips consists of building the churches, feeding and ministering to orphan childrens and widows, hosting pastor seminars, evangelism services, and loving on the Kenyan people. If you or your church are interested in experiencing life changing missions in Africa please contact Guy at 570-359-3799.