Kenny & Amy Gray

Field Staff

Grants Pass, OR
United States

Children/Youth Discipleship Pastorate Rural Ministry

Kenny & Amy serve in Southern Oregon as youth missionaries in Jackson, Josephine, Douglas, Klamath and Lake Counties. While Fir point Bible Conference & Camp has been the main hub of their ministry (where Kenny serves as the Conference Administrator), Kenny also provides pulpit supply to various churches when needed and serves on the elder board and children's ministry team at Rogue Valley Community Church in Rogue River. Kenny and Amy are excited to start a new ministry, "Upper Room Discipleship", to assist high school Christians in their pursuit to grow in Christ and to become the bold and courageous leaders of today and tomorrow.

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Local Reach

Southern Oregon consists of multiple types of beautiful & rustic settings, including lakes, rivers, streams, forests, and desert. Communities are equally diverse, with cities and towns ranging from a few hundred to 80,000+ residents, with grocery retail, farming, ranching and forestry making up a bulk of the economy. Our goal is to utilize the beautiful and diverse nature to draw attention to the One who created it all, and to minister to God's prize creations, people made in His image & likeness.

Demographics are diverse, with many cities and towns consisting of poor, middle, and wealthy working-class people. White and Hispanic/Latino groups make up the majority of the population, with Native American and other minority groups making up the rest. Roughly 20% of the Southern Oregon population lives below the poverty line, creating unique challenges, especially in the more sparsely populated towns. Roughly 60% of the population is affiliated with the Christian Protestant religion, 7% is affiliated with non-Christian religion, and roughly 31% is not affiliated with any religion.

Our ministry impacts Southern Oregon communities by providing an outlet for the life-transforming Gospel message while partnering with local churches and para-church ministries in an effort to disciple youth and families.

Each community is similar in that they consist of poor, single-parent homes. Both poverty and fatherless crises contribute greatly to the rise of youth crime, drug addiction and suicide. Southern Oregon needs churches and para-church ministries that effectively impact their communities with outreach grounded in the love of Christ and shown through the proclamation of the Gospel message and discipleship.

Kenny & Amy joined InFaith in February, 2016

Kenny came to know the Lord in October 1995 at a homeless shelter in Flint, Michigan. Kenny & Amy married on May 2, 2009, and share the love of each other and their three children.

Kenny has been involved in ministry to children and youth for more than twenty-five years and is a graduate of Multnomah University, where he attained two bachelor's degrees (Bible/Theology and Educational Ministry-Family Ministry Concentration).

Grants Pass, OR
United States

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