Kyle Shreve- Missionary to Peru

Kyle and Hannah’s testimonies

Kyle’s Testimony

I grew up in and out of church in Jefferson, Maryland. In the summer of 2000, at the age of 9, I was shown, from the Bible, that my works and good deeds would never be enough to save me, and I trusted Christ that day.

At 14 years of age, in 2004, I attended a summer camp, and met such men as Austin Gardner, Trent Cornwell, Tony Howeth, and many others who would introduce me to a radical concept I had never heard before: world evangelism.

In August of 2008, I moved to Alpharetta, Georgia, to study at the Our Generation Training Center (OGTC) and get the training and knowledge I needed to be a missionary. It was here I met my wife, and we were married in July of 2012. We are excited to see how God will use us.

Hannah’s Testimony

I was very blessed to grow up in a Christian home and have been in church all my life. At the age of twelve, the Lord had been convicting me and I knew I wasn’t saved. But growing up in a Christian home I was scared of what people would think if I accepted Christ at such an age, especially having already made a profession at a younger age. I finally put my pride aside and asked the Lord to saved me in 2002.

While at a summer camp in 2006 I surrendered my life to the Lord and whatever He would want, and In 2007 I had the privilege of going to Mexico on my first missions trip.

After graduating High School, in 2010 I went to the Our Generation Summit, and it was here I dedicated my life to missions. After the Summit I felt the Lord was directing me to the Our Generation Training Center.

While studying there the Lord brought Kyle into my life and we were married In July of 2012.

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I am proud of you and know that you will be a great missionary. I do miss not seeing you often but what you are doing is so important for you and you are so happy so I’m happy for you. May all your dreams come true!

Comment by Judy Shreve

Great testimony Kyle. You can’t go wrong when you follow God’s lead.


Comment by Jay Beard

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