Project Holy Nations is a small non-profit, founded in March of 2014 to account for funds and keep supporters informed of projects on the mission field.
Many doors and nations have been opened since then, with opportunities to reach many souls with the Gospel.
Ministering hands-on in places where help is most needed, we follow God's mandate to "Preach the Gospel to every creature" literally by taking the love of Jesus to those who may never be able to make it to a church building.
Project Holy Nations is accountable to the people who keep it going. Our objective is to be honest and open with all that we do and the finances that are under our charge. We are willing at any time to give an account of money spent and services rendered while in the duty of Project Holy Nations.
The Board of Directors:
Jeremy M. Sipe, full-time missionary and current CEO of Project Holy Nations; former Mission Director at Bible Holiness Church in Elkton, VA; also previously served as Senior Pastor of a church in Waynesboro, VA, from October 2005 to August 2014 along with his wife and their son. He and his family now reside in Eldoret, Kenya. He has diverse mission experiences world-wide. His involvement in missions began in 1999.
Nathan McDonald, current COO of Project Holy Nations and Director of Project Holy Nations - Disaster Relief has vast experience in construction, currently working as a private contractor, and overseeing many building projects. He has extensive experience in Central American missions. He also is an evangelist in the United States and oversees all Disaster Relief efforts.
Josh Shifflett, current CFO of Project Holy Nations, holds a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and Management as well as an Associates in Accounting. He is currently employed as an Associate Director of Investigator Payment Administration at Inc Research in Raleigh, NC. He has done extensive traveling for work, and PHN is his primary focus in regard to missions.