• Kike & Brittany Astorga

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    Kike joined the Campus Outreach staff team in April 2017. He and his wife Brittany were married in July 2013. They have four children Chloe, Clark, Elliot, and Bruce. Kike is the Campus Director for ITESO University in Guadalajara, Mexico. Prior to his time on staff with Campus Outreach, he helped to plan several Cross Cultural Projects and served as an Intern Pastor for three years.

  • Cesar Bonilla

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    I grew up in a Catholic family, so I didn’t know anything about the gospel growing up. It was during college, when I was at my lowest point, that God sent people to become a part of my life. He sent two friends who were participating in a CCP in Guadalajara, Mexico. They loved me, cared for me, became my friends, and ultimately shared the good news with me. I know that there are other students like me who are living in sadness, without meaning, people who are waiting for someone to love and share the gospel with them. Mexico is a country that still lives in a lot of darkness, and I want to become a part of the staff team in Guadalajara because of the huge need there is. With the help of the rest of the team, I want to help in ministering to other students so they can get to know Christ and contribute with spreading the light of the gospel in my country.

  • Rodrigo Jimenez

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    Thanks to God’s grace and sovereignty, I met the staff members of Campus Outreach at my university, ITESO, in Guadalajara, Mexico. I became a Christian during the Summer Mountain Project of 2018, where I fully received the good news of the gospel and surrendered to Jesus. During that time, I was growing in my relationship with God, and I started to realize how much the gospel needed to be preached in Mexico. God softened my heart toward the lost, and I began to long for a full-time job where I could tell people about His love for them. I am really excited to get back onto the ITESO campus and reach college students with the gospel in Guadalajara, Mexico.

  • Zack & Yiyi Kempf

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    Zack Kempf is raising support to come on staff with the ITESO team as a Campus Staff member in Guadalajara, Mexico. He attended Monmouth College and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations and participated with Campus Outreach as a student there. Zack and his wife, Citlali, were married in November 2017 and had their first child, Zamiel Kempf, in October 2020.

  • Christina Little

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    Christina grew up going to church but did not understand the fullness of the Gospel until her first year of college. After about six months of wrestling with the Lord, Christ proved to be worth everything. During her college experience, God put a burden on her heart for women to know the Lord, so she began to share with others around the college campus. After college, God led Christina to join the Campus Outreach team in Monterrey, Mexico. As part of a pioneering team, they learned how to do college ministry in Mexico and helped plant a church. Christina even learned more about herself and God’s character along the way. Now, as her time in Monterrey has come to a close, she is excited to help develop the women’s ministry and use the tools and giftings God has given her to reach college students with the Gospel in Guadalajara, Mexico.

  • Jon & Cassie Mahan

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    Jon joined the Campus Outreach staff team in August 2008. He and his wife, Cassie, were married in July 2011 and now have six children: Ellie, Annagrace, Josiah, Jaxon, Silas, and Selah. Jon graduated from Tennessee Technological University with a degree in Secondary Spanish Education. He has served as Campus Director and Campus Staff for various schools in Illinois, and currently, he is serving as Campus Staff at ITESO University in Guadalajara, Mexico.

  • Alex Sandoval

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    I grew up in a catholic family, going to church every Sunday, even though I was never interested in God or the Bible. Before I became a believer, I would put my identity in sports or academics. Upon not being able to become a professional soccer player, I entered college, putting my identity in being a successful man and the best of my class. After a year of college, I managed to reach my goal, but I felt very miserable and lonely. At this low point in my life, God brought me to Him through a CCP team during the summer of 2019. He opened my eyes to see how great a sinner I am, and He lavished His grace upon me and saved me through those friendships that I made and through hearing the Gospel from them. Now, even though I have experienced some opposition from my family for being a Christian, and it has been hard, I want to be used by God to impact my campus, that I may be to other students what the crew of that CCP was for me. I believe God has put the desire in me to do full-time college ministry and the opportunity to do it. I want to see people all around the campus come to Christ and know that they have a Lord and Savior that loves them and died for them, just as I did in 2019.

  • Sergio & Shelbie Sotomayor

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    Sergio joined the staff in February 2023. He married Shelbie in March 2022. He graduated from Universidad del Pacifico with a Bachelor’s Degree in Pedagogy and now serves as a full-time staff at ITESO.

  • Holly Sauder Vargas

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    Holly has been on staff with Campus Outreach since January 2018. She and her husband Alejandro were married in September 2020. She is a member of the Resource Team in Guadalajara, Mexico. She graduated from Bradley University with a Bachelors of Science in Public Health Education. Previously, Holly has served as Resource Staff in Peoria, IL 2018-2020.