About the Mission to Tanzania

This is the web log of Jordan Zanetis, a Greek Orthodox Christian seminarian who has been accepted by the Orthodox Christian Mission Center (OCMC) to be on a mission team to Tanzania in the summer of 2012.  On the team, he will teach and preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and facilitate the perpetual mission relationship between the American and Tanzanian Orthodox Christians.

Tax-Deductible Donations to support this philanthropic work may be sent to:

220 Mason Manatee Way
St. Augustine, FL 32086

* Please note “Jordan Zanetis – Tanzania” in the “FOR” line of checks


3 responses to this post.

  1. […] faith. If you are interested in following his story and/or support his efforts, he has started a blog on the […]


  2. Posted by Lisa Gillstrom on February 15, 2012 at 12:07 am

    Jordan, I will be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. My son is currently a college student, who is planning on attending Seminary when he completes his four year degree (We are Ukrainian Orthodox). He, too, is in the process of raising money for a missions trip to Ukraine, where he will visit two orphanages, and share God’s grace and love with the children there. I know just what strength it requires to go on a trip such as yours, and have watched my son go through a wide array of emotions as he prepares for his. Know that you are doing the work of the Lord, and he will give you strength. God Bless!


  3. Posted by kondwelani on February 22, 2012 at 2:14 pm

    john piper once said if a life does’nt point men and women,boys and girls to Christ its a wasted life. another of my favourite sayings-‘only one life and it will soon be past only whats done for Christ will last’….go for it bro n God will bless your efforts


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