Peter and Heather are called to celebrate God’s movement among least-reached peoples and inspire God’s people to engage in ministry in this region.
Peter is a filmmaker and photographer. Peter initially became interested in using film to involve people in events happening around the world through documentaries. He studied film at Huntington University and was the staff videographer and content producer at a Converge church, Chapelstreet Church, for five years. During his time at Chapelstreet Church, he developed a passion for sharing missionaries stories, helping the partner church see the impact of supporting these ministries, and inspiring people to become more involved in missions.
Heather is a content writer and storyteller. She studied writing and missions at Huntington University. After living overseas in middle and high school, Heather became interested in the global Church and celebrating the way God is working in different countries and cultures.
Since before they were married, Peter and Heather dreamt together about what part they might play in God’s movement throughout the world, and they realized that they shared the desire to tell stories of God’s global work. As that idea was shaped into a plan, they began pursuing Converge International Ministries, and God opened doors for them to become Converge International Ministries’ first on-field communications and media specialists, serving in Europe & the Mediterranean.
It is the Hansons’ desire to celebrate how God is working in the region and to help strengthen the connection between the sent and the senders.
The Hansons lead the workers in the Europe & Mediterranean region in all aspects of communications and media. They travel to the ministry locations throughout the region, capturing material to help share the local team’s vision and document their progress as God leads them. They develop brochures, videos, presentations, social media content, photos and website content to help promote the ministries in the region. They serve the workers by celebrating God’s work in their lives and through their ministries and by bearing some of the media work that requires more time and skill. They also train workers in communications and storytelling to help strengthen their communications efforts.
The Hansons are based in Poznań, Poland, where they also serve the local church and engage their friends and neighbors in Gospel-focused conversation.
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