Micah & Jada Ennis
School of Missions Coordinator
Micah went on his first mission trip with Coreluv International to Haiti in 2014. It was then that God opened his eyes and heart to the orphan crisis. Calling him to full-time missions, the Lord planted in him a desire to play a part in bringing restoration to the children in Coreluv’s care. After completing Coreluv’s School of Missions Program, Micah moved to Haiti in June of 2016 for two and a half years.
Jada first felt the desire to pursue mission work at a young age as her mom read stories to her of faithful men and women like Lottie Moon, Nate Saint, and Dwight Moody. When Jada traveled to Haiti as a high-school senior, God gave her a deeper understanding of the reality, purpose, and desperate need for missions, and affirmed His calling to her. As a nurse, Jada hopes to share the love of Jesus by reaching the healthcare needs of widows and orphans in impoverished communities in Haiti.
The newly-married couple currently serves with Coreluv’s stateside team and hopes to transition to Haiti within the next couple of years.
“Our desire is for everyone to experience the restorative love of God, and we are passionate about raising up the next generation of world changers.”