Joy El Hires Assistant Director for Bible Adventure/CIA Program
Joy El announces the recent hiring of Kaleb Jentzsch as the Associate Director of Bible Adventure/CIA. In his new missionary role, Jentzsch will oversee, disciple, and help develop the 15 CIA (Christians in Action) programs in every county the program is offered.
“Kaleb’s passion to develop students is contagious.” says Aaron E. Ziebarth, Executive Director of Joy El. “He brings vision, significant experience and skills that will equip volunteers and expand the impact of the CIA program.”
Jentzsch is a graduate from Greencastle Antrim High School and recent graduate from Moody Bible Institute, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Youth Ministry.
Jentzsch is a native of Franklin County and is very familiar with the programs and services Joy El offers. From a young age Jentzsch has been involved in the Bible Adventure Program, summer camping programs, and is a graduate of the 4.12 Leadership Training Program. He has already served in a variety of roles at Joy El throughout the years, including Dining Staff Manager, High Ropes Coordinator, Program Assistant, Male Head Counselor, and Wilderness Camp Coordinator.
Jentzsch says, “I’ve had many different roles during summer camps and retreats over the years. I only saw students and parents at camp. Now I get to see them and minister to them right where they are and enact that community impact we care so much about as a ministry. I’m excited that I get to see life-change happen year-round through the CIA ministry.”
Joy El provides the Bible Adventure program, CIA Program, the 4.12 Leadership Training program, summer camps, and year-round retreats.
To learn more about Joy El’s Bible Adventure program, please visit www.joyelgeneration.org or call 717-369-4539.