• Brian and Terri Firpo

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    Brian and Terri joined the CO Chiang Mai team in the summer of 2016. They are leading a two year LEAD team at Mae Jo University and are helping to coach the Chiang Mai long term staff as well. Brian has his personal ministry at both MJU and CMU and Terri is helping to disciple Thai believers at MJU through the LEAD staff.

  • Bob and Courtney McGregor

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    The McGregors work with Campus Outreach in Chiang Mai, Thailand where they do Campus ministry at Chiang Mai University. They also oversee the LEAD program at Chiang Mai University, a two year leadership development program involving recent Campus Outreach graduates from the U.S. who are interested in investigating ministering overseas long-term, and are looking to potentially expand the program to other universities in Chiang Mai. Bob came to Christ and matured as a believer through CO’s ministry at Berry College. Courtney came to Christ in high school and grew as a believer through her involvement with CO at Samford University. They’ve been married since 2009 and have three kids—Amelia, Maddie and Molly.

  • Dan and Kimi Lewis

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    Dan came to Christ through the Campus Outreach ministry at the University of Queensland in Brisbane Australia where Dan & Kimi also met. After 3 years working with CO in Australia we moved to Chiang Mai, Thailand in 2013 to help start a new ministry at Chiang Mai University. We love Thai people, Thai culture, Thai food and we love introducing Thai students to Jesus. What a privilege it is to be God’s ambassadors in such a wonderful yet such a lost city.

  • Gary and Robin Alward

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    Gary and Robin both came to know Christ before college and grew significantly in knowing Christ through CO and their local churches. Gary is having personal ministry at Chiang Mai University and with a  Thai church plant while serving on the international coordinators team. Robin teaches full time at Grace International School where Robert, Ellie, John and Becca attend. Their vision is to see Thai men and women raised us to labor in the Southeast Asia and assist recent CO graduates in having a fruitful experience internationally..

  • Kana - Niranat Singhapal

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    My name is Kana and I came to know the Lord as a freshman through Thai Campus Outreach staff at North Eastern University in Khon Kaen. I now work with CO Chiang Mai and have been on staff for 4 years. It’s a privilege to do ministry here with the team and share about God with students. My vision is for sharing my faith and making Him known throughout Thailand. I would love to see more Thai laborers who have a heart for wanting to serve the Lord in Thailand!

  • Pbaan Kanyapak Yapapha

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    Growing up in a Buddhist family I came to Christ in 2009 through Campus Outreach at Khon Kaen University after hearing verses such as Isaiah 1:18 and Psalm 103:12. I want to see Thai college students believe in and love God. I want to have the opportunity to share my life, what I have learned about God, and what I am learning with others. And I want to have the opportunity to make disciples and help raise up leaders. I also want to use my gift and abilities in the areas of administration and translation to serve the Campus Outreach team in Chiang Mai.

  • Rung - Thiemjan Thongla

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    Rung is from Nakhonratchasima (aka Khorat), but lived most of her life in Bangkok. She attended Rajaphat Chankasem University and came to Christ there at a CO retreat and was discipled by an American CO staff woman. After graduating in 2000, she worked in accounting and volunteered with CO. She moved to Khon Kaen in 2004 to work with CO by helping with finances in the office, as well as sharing the Gospel and discipling girls. In May 2013, she married Bomb who was already living in Chiang Mai. She felt that God called her to be a part of the team and wanted to use all her experience in ministry. She wants to see students at Chiang Mai University come to know God and then serve Him all over Thailand and in other countries in the future.

  • Aaron Webb

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    I grew up in a Christian home where Christ was proclaimed daily but it wasn’t until my first year in college (Tennessee Tech University) that Jesus became the Lord of my life. Throughout my time at Tennessee Tech I was involved with Campus Outreach, learning to share the gospel with my friends, study the bible, and became interested in ministering to students from Southeast Asia. After school, I decided to go on staff with Campus Outreach in Chiang Mai, Thailand. My heart has continually grown for these Thai students, and I am looking forward to the years to come and all of the opportunities to share with these students about Christ, who loves them.

  • Carrie Lewis

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    Carrie Lewis came to Christ when she was young and grew in her personal walk with God, as well as in her understanding of evangelism and discipleship, when she got involved with Campus Outreach her first year of college at UNC-Chapel Hill. She spent time with international students and a summer doing campus ministry overseas. God used these experiences and his Word to really solidify the call to international missions. She is now serving at Maejo University in Chiang Mai, Thailand with a team of recent graduates and long-term staff. They are ministering to students in hopes of establishing a thriving campus ministry made up of Thai student leaders.

  • Rachael Anderson

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    Rachael is from Greensboro, North Carolina. She graduated from North Carolina State University in May 2018 with a degree in Business Administration and a concentration in Marketing. Rachael grew up in the church but until college, she didn’t know what it meant to truly have a relationship with God. During the summer of 2017, Rachael traveled to Chiang Mai, Thailand on a Cross-Cultural Project. While there, her heart broke for the Thai people who had yet to hear the gospel. Rachael is returning to Chiang Mai in 2019 to serve on a 2-year LEAD team. She is eager to know God more and make him know to the college students in Chiang Mai.

  • David Glenn

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    David and Christian both became involved with Campus Outreach in college. David grew up in church but Jesus was not the Lord of his life until high school. Christian surrendered her life to Christ in college through a friendship with a student leader in Campus Outreach. After multiple summer projects, including a summer overseas on a Cross Cultural Project, they felt convicted to commit to overseas missions. They were married in August 2018 and decided to join a 2-year LEAD team in SE Asia to share the gospel in an area of spiritual need. They are excited to be used by God to bring the good news to the ends of the earth.

  • Seth Brown

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    I went on a CCP two summers ago to Thailand and fell in love with the culture and the people there. At the same time, my heart was broken seeing the people there living without the Gospel in their lives. Through conversation with mobilization staff and campus staff in Raleigh, we determined that it could be a possibility for me to join a two-year team. I feel this is a great opportunity to commit the next few years of my life for the advancement of the Gospel in Thailand.

  • Karli Frelin

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    Karli grew up in Pennsylvania and made her way down to North Carolina where she was discipled through Campus Outreach at Campbell University. She is currently on staff with CO Raleigh at Campbell and loves doing ministry with college-aged girls. She is excited to join the team in Chiang Mai, Thailand and see how the gospel changes the lives of the students in Thailand.

  • Spencer Hunt

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    I believe in the mission of Campus Outreach to build laborers for the lost world. God has allowed me to see lostness first hand in Chiang Mai, and there is nothing I would rather do at this point in my life than take a team of graduates to move the Gospel forward in a context where the name of Jesus isn’t known.