We want to welcome Daryll and Verna Stanton to church on August 19th, 2018. They will be coming to share about their time in the missions field in Africa and about their journey. The Stantons began serving as missionaries in Kenya, Nairobi in 1992, teaching at Africa Nazarene University (ANU) as well as providing general service on the Africa East Field, and family counseling. Daryll is chairman of the religion department, and serving on many of ANU’s committees. Verna also leads an inter-denominational lady’s Bible study group. Prior to their assignment in Kenya, they served in Zambia from 1982-1984, and South Africa from 1984-1991. They have three adult children, Phillip, Katrina and Rachel.
If you would like to read a more about the Stantons, you can visit their missionary profile here. Please come join us as we welcome Daryll and Verna Stanton and hear about how God is using them to change lives in East Africa. We are truly blessed to have them visit and share with us. This is an amazing opportunity to get a unique view of Nazarene Missions. We are grateful to our NMI president who worked to get this visit arranged, and we are grateful of the Stantons, who are taking the time to come share with us.