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Nate and Kate Holloman

Missionaries to the Czech Republic

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Ministry Description

We are a young family who are ministering to youth and their families in the Czech Republic through local church, camp, and outreach ministries. In doing so, we are using our gifts and talents in the fields of graphic design, illustration, sports and music for His glory. Over the years God has enlarged our hearts for evangelism and discipleship. We are eager to reach the lost with the Gospel and encourage believers to live for Christ! We know that the Lord has prepared us for this type of ministry and are excited to see what the Lord will do through our obedience and willingness. Please pray for our family as serve the Lord and minister to those He leads us to.

About Nate

During my childhood, I lived and grew up in the mid-atlantic region. I come from a family of seven and nonstop action. I am very grateful for my Christian parents their foundation they laid in my life. At the age of 5, I recognized my need for a Savior and asked Christ to come into my life. Since that point, I continued to grow as a person and believer...

Right and wrong was not hard to figure out as I attended public schools in the states of New Jersey and Delaware. As the middle and high school ushered in, life did become a little more challenging as the peer pressures heightened and were all around. Thankfully, God helped me overcome a lot of temptations and continued to work on me. When I was 15, God drastically shifted my thought pattern after taking a short-term mission trip to Honduras with Word of Life. It was there where I realized that we as believers: are called to share the gospel with a world so much bigger than our own, and that God has given us each different talents and gifts to edify the body and fulfill His purpose. I also discovered that there are tools available to us that will help us connect with people and reach them with the Good News. Through missions God has really changed my outlook on life and challenged me to continue to grow taking leaps of faith. God becomes more and more awesome as I get to know Him. It has been so amazing to see Him working in my life. It's such a privilege and joy to be heading to the Czech Republic to serve Him full time in ministry!

About Kate

I grew up in a Christian home, and learned about God and His plan of salvation. I understood many things intelectually, but it wasn't untill I was 11 that God made me understand it all His way. So on Feb 6th, 1999 I accepted Christ as my personal Savior as I knew that God was calling my name. After that, satan was trying to tear me away from God and the next six years were the worst in my life. I was tempted to do many wrong things, from which God still protected me and kept my life clean, I rebelled against my parents, and began to doubt God. Things were bad, not visually to others, but in my inner me. God was very gentle at first in persuading me to come back, but it took me time. So long that God had to reach down hard to stop me. It was at WOL summer camp in CZ, I was 17. I broke down before Him and knew that there was no other way for me to go than to Him. I knew I couldn't live with the knowledge of Him but as though He wasn't present in my life. God blessed that day so much and I dedicated myself to Him. Since then I can say I've lived a life of a Christian, obviously not a holy life, and still struggling in many areas. But allowing God to work in my life, I've seen and been through enough to tell anyone of His mercy, love and grace.

The verse upon which I base my conversion: John 3:16.

The verse to which I cleave much in my life: Phil 4:6-7.

God has never let me down!

Life Verse

“The harvest truly is great, but the laborers are few; therefore pray the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest.” – Luke 10:2