Sending Agency/Ministry Name
BVSA Sports Academy
Serving in Ministry Since
Partnering with CCC since
The Celebration of Disciples by Richard Foster
Machuca; a soup with rice that has veggies, fish, and a potato-like starch
Jason serves in Travesia, Honduras with Academia Deportiva de Travesia. The purpose of the sports academy is to mold boys into young men that will lead their future families, and entire community, in a new direction – towards following Jesus, loving and providing for their families, and serving one another. Jason works to connect deeply with these early teen boys using the discipline of sports to build self-esteem, provide English tutoring and educational support, and most importantly – introducing them to Jesus and helping them to learn to follow Him as the One who brings and sustains life. Along with the other missionaries at BVSA Travesia, he serves the community, helping in the name of Jesus with basic needs, prayer and support.
“I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him will bear much fruit, for apart from me you can do nothing” – John 15:5
Jason fell in love with missions and the Latino community when he did an internship after graduate school. His calling was confirmed after going on many mission trips with Compassion Christian Church to Central America. While there, he got to know the BVSA in Guatemala where they train. After forming relationships he was asked to go to Honduras and start his ministry work.
Jason is from Statesboro, GA and worked at Compassion Christian Church for about 11 years prior to going on the field. He moved to Honduras in 2017 and his passion is seeing the boys in the community get excited about Jesus and connect the dots about how the Bible can actively change and effect their lives.
Prayer Points for Jason Stringer
- Personal: That he can continue to steward his time well.
- Ministry: That the boys would see Jesus in all that Jason does and follow Him as God continually opens their hearts and minds.
- Community: That God will revive the community and bring hope and light to a place where there's hopelessness and desperation.