Leah Gregg worked in the Deaf Education field in the states for 12 years. She is now serving as a teacher/missionary at the CCCD Kingston campus as a high school mathematics teacher. She is also involved with the weekend church program for the students on campus as well as other extracurricular activities for the students. She has joined and is serving with an on campus Deaf ministry with some of the Deaf adults in Kingston.Click Here to Support Leah!
Eve a Douglas serves at the CCCD Knockpatrick Campus. She serves in a number of ways from working alongside the women ministry of the New Life Church of the Deaf, to leading L.I.F.E. Teams, and interpreting.
We are so grateful for her hear to our ministry and the Deaf of Jamaica!Click Here to Support Eve a!
Chris and Ren Briggs live in the Jamaica Deaf Village. With a mix of coordinating church and collegiate mission trips, engaging the Deaf community in the village, and managing and developing the textile business for CCCD, their ministry is diverse, but it’s all centered around engaging, equipping, and empowering the Deaf community to be all that God created them to be.Click here to Support the Briggs Family
Sheldon and Rachel Burkett have been working full-time with CCCD since 2012 and have been pastoring the New Life Church of the Deaf since 2016.
Sheldon was born and raised in Jamaica and attended the CCCD Knockpatrick school. He received formal ministry training the US along with his wife, Rachel, who is from Granada. They have two young boys, Matthew and Raydon.Click here to Support the Burkett Family
Ben and Krista Beukema first came to Jamaica to serve with CCCD in the early 2000s when they were L.I.F.E. Team members with there church. Those trips paved the way to full-time service and they moved to Jamaica in January of 2012.
At the end of 2017 they moved their family back to the US where they now both serve at the US Office. Ben as the President and Krista as special projects.
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Pat and Kara moved to the Jamaica Deaf Village in January 2020 and have been serving there ever since. Their family has also grown during their time in Jamaica and they now have two beautiful children, Silas and Gianna.
We are excited to welcome them to the US Office of CCCD as missionaries serving stateside.Click here to support the Bloemendaal Family
Marc and Laura began their ministry with CCCD in 2002. God used a short-term mission trip to call them, and their three young children to Jamaica. In 2004 the landed in Jamaica. During their time in Jamaica Marc worked in a number of roles. In 2007 the were asked to move back to the states to lead the US Office of CCCD.
Marc and Laura have been faithfully working for CCCD ever since!Click here to support Marc and Laura