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Jason Shepperd is the lead pastor of Church Project in The Woodlands, TX, which he planted in 2010. Church Project started in 2010 with a small group of people, and has grown to a a few thousand people who are on mission together. Church Project gives away much of it’s financial and people resources to local and global ministries, gathers in organic communities called House Churches, and leads other churches to return to the original Biblical model of following Christ individually and corporately.
Jason and his wife Brooke live in The Woodlands, TX area. Together they have seven children, ranging in age from college to kindergarten. Jason has traveled to many countries, five continents, and is looking forward to another opportunity to participate in the beautiful land and people of Africa.
Jason has been a fan of the passion of Mike Navolio, an advocate of the Clean Water Climb for years, and Church Project is a supporter and believer in the work and mission of Child Legacy in Malawi. Jason is excited to be a part of the Clean Water Climb to help highlight spiritual moments and opportunities throughout the climb, and to build a journal that will support climbers on all future climbs.
Logan Shepperd will be a senior at The Woodlands Christian Academy in 2018. After high school, Logan hopes to go to Texas A&M, participate The Corps of Cadets, then pursue a career in the military serving his country.
Logan is excited about the challenge of climbing Kilimanjaro, and looking forward to the adventure of Africa. Logan has seen poverty through his time serving in Haiti, and wants to be able to support those who cannot provide for themselves. Logan wants to raise money to drill water wells in villages in Malawi, and then to visit these villages and help repair water wells and see the immediate effects upon these people.
“Please join with me in helping save lives by donating money to provide clean water through water well repairs. As you click on this link and give, any amount you give will be joined together with others to change people’s lives.”
Katelynn Shilling is a sophomore in college living in College Station. Katelynn went to college on a diving scholarship, and is now full-time focusing on pursuing a degree in nursing. Katelynn wants to serve vulnerable babies locally and globally.
Katelynn is excited about growing stronger in her relationship with God through the challenges hiking Mt. Kilimanjaro may bring. Katelynn is looking forward to meeting new people in Africa so that she may be able to show God’s love by serving those who need it the most. Katelynn wants to raise money in order to provide clean water for villages in Malawi by drilling and repairing wells. With this Katelynn hopes to bring the people of the villages in Malawi peace so that they may know the water they are drinking is safe and clean.
“Please join with me in helping save lives by donating money to provide clean water through water well repairs. Any amount you give will be joined together with others to change people’s lives.”