Troy and Jennifer Gentry
Troy and Jenny Gentry first received a calling to serve God in Mexico in 1999, while still in college. They were accepted by One Mission Society and appointed to Mexico City in 2007. In their first missionary term, the Gentrys spent a year studying Spanish in Costa Rica followed by a year of service in Mexico City.
Troy is the rector at the OMS-related Biblical Seminary of Mexico (SEMBIMEX), providing leadership to the seminary, as well as teaching classes. He also serves as the OMS Mexico field director. Jenny is a trainer with Hope61, One Mission Society’s human trafficking prevention ministry. Hope61 trainers train and equip churches worldwide to understand the issue of human trafficking, identify the causes of vulnerability of local people to become involved in human trafficking, and discover the gifts, talents, abilities, and resources that God has given each church to reduce the vulnerability of those around them.
The Gentrys have four children, Tayler, Clayton, Tori, and Cody, who are each as excited about ministry in Mexico as their parents.