Support Weston and Darragh Schnetz
Ever since graduating from Frontier School of the Bible, we have been praying for a ministry to serve in. The Lord has placed the desire in our hearts to disciple believers in order that they may walk according to the calling for which they have been called. We are also passionate about the lost and sharing the good news of the Gospel in the places that are the least evangelized. We’ve often wondered how God would use both of these and now He has answered that prayer!
We are thrilled to be joining Alpine Bible Church, a church planting team in Lehi, Utah.
Utah has the least amount of Christians in the western hemisphere at 2-3%. There is 1 church for every 22,000 people in Utah County, with a population of 600,000. Alpine Bible is committed to making this church plant thrive. The leadership loves the Lord and Utah County and wants to see the Gospel change the lives of those who live there.
Our ministry will be to build the young adult ministry of the church. We will do this by focusing on the Word of God, community and outreach. It is our desire to not only grow disciples but to also multiply them. We love building relationships that are Christ-centered and encouraging people towards Him.
We believe God has called us to Utah and we are excited to serve with this awesome team! However, we need your prayers. Honestly, there is nothing more powerful nor helpful that you could do for us than to pray. Please pray that we would glorify God in this new ministry role and that He would use us to share His truths.
We are also in need of financial support. The more time we have to put in this ministry the more impact we can have. Our hope is to spend as much time as we possibly can working to further the Gospel. The goal is $1,000-1,200 a month. This would give us the freedom to really invest not only in this ministry but also in retreats, outreaches, and other areas of the church as well. If God places it on your heart to support us financially, please use the provided information on this page.
Thank you for prayers and love!
Weston and Darragh Schnetz