Nate Craft had a dream. And he had a plan to reach his dream, a plan to live the life he had always wanted. He was a Division 1 football player at Jacksonville State University. He was a pre-med major with a 4.0 grade point average. He was popular on campus. He was on his way to being happy and successful. God also had a plan. God had a plan for the 92 unreached people groups who live in the jungles of the Amazon Basin which surround the end of the road where the town of Yurimaguas lies in the region of Loreto, Peru. And God had a plan for Nate.
Nate Craft is an Assemblies of God missionary to Yurimaguas, Peru. After completing itineration and language school, Nate will join a team of missionaries and workers in Yurimaguas which is focused on reaching the indigenous tribes and villages in the surrounding areas with the news of Jesus’ love. Nate will be aiding in the team's efforts to plant churches in by building relationships through compassion ministry.
You can read more of his story at his Facebook page. And you can join him in his work by subscribing to his newsletter and committing to pray for him on a regular basis and/or by supporting him financially.