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Jason and Travis to be ordained January 3

December 18, 2009 0 Comments

On Sunday morning January 3, 2010  Jason Witt and Travis Rusko will be ordained as Teen Quest missionaries at the West Mifflin Community Baptist Church in Pittsburgh. The service will be held at 9:30 am with worship, special music and the public recognition of the calling of Jason and Travis into full time pastoral missionary ministry.

Jason and Chelsea Witt were married in 2003 in Chelsea’s hometown of Connecticut.  They were called into ministry after graduating from Bible College and have been serving Teen Quest as missionaries for the past seven years.  Jason and Chelsea are serving Teen Quest as directors of student ministries and have the responsibility to oversee student missionaries who train on our team.  They also lead our music drama troupe called the Teen Quest Players and oversee the physical operation of the 140 acre Teen Quest Ranch in Somerset County.  Jason and Chelsea live with their two daughters  Alexa (5) and Briana (2) in Somerset, PA.

Travis and Brittany Rusko were married in 2008 in Brittany hometown of Somerset.  Travis was called into ministry in 2006 as our marketing and youth rally director.  Travis and Brittany work as a team ministering to hundreds of youth pastors all over the Eastern Seaboard.  They also lead our youth rallies at the Ranch during the summer and weekends throughout the year.  Travis and Brittany live in Somerset, PA.

The ordination service will be a very special service of , preaching, special music, great worship and a short message from our pastoral candidates.   Food will be served following the service in the church fellowship hall.  If you would like to be a part of this historic event please call and let us know you are coming ASAP.  (814-444-9500)

About the Author:

Rev. Mark S Witt was 12 years old when he felt God calling him into full time youth ministry. After graduating college in Ohio with an education degree, Mark taught part-time at Liberty University while studying youth ministry. Mark has served in several pastor and youth pastor positions. In 1976 he and his wife Debbi began Teen Quest. Serving as the Executive Director of the ministry, Mark has a passion to see teenagers accept Jesus Christ as their personal savior, grow in their faith and begin to share the message of Jesus with other students in their high schools and ultimately throughout their lives. Mark lives in Somerset, Pennsylvania with his wife Debbi. Together they have two grown children and six grandchildren.

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