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Brad and Daneille Snowden

Burundi, Congo, Democratic Republic of the, Rwanda
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Brad and Daneille Snowden

Revs. Brad and Daneille Snowden have served as pastors in the United States for more than 28 years, as well as ministered to pastors and church leaders in Mozambique. Both are ordained and skilled in teaching, preaching, counseling, and administrating. Brad also excels in the areas of carpentry and mechanics.

Brad and Daneille have been married since 1988, and have three children: Nathan, who serves in the U.S. Navy and is married to Emily, Felecia, attends the University of Valley Forge, with a major in music ministry, and Tabitha, who also attends the same university, with a major in missions and a minor in psychology. 

Brad and Daneille serve with One Mission Society’s Village Church Planting ministry.  VCP has the vision to plant a church in every village in Africa by 2050. They serve as church multiplication facilitators in the Great Lakes Region of Africa, which includes the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, and Burundi. They will train the church planters there, equipping them to train their churches and plant new ones. 

The Snowdens also have been working side by side with another missionary, starting a new encouragement website, YouTube channel, WhatsApp, plus, hopefully, podcasts in the future. This involves creating graphics, editing recordings, building a website, and more.

This new ministry is called Encouragement for Village Church Planters. This fits with the actual call God placed upon them years ago to encourage pastors and church leaders, using the years of experience they have had. 

Brad and Daneille would love to come and share at your church and or ministry. They are passionate about preaching God’s Word and praying with people around the altar. 

Your monthly support is vital for this ministry to continue as many are changed in Africa. 

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