Jordanna Ailor has been an educator for 14 years, recently entering full-time ministry as her family relocated to Costa Rica. The mother of two biological children, River and Windsor, and one older adopted daughter Jackie, now in college, Jordanna has enjoyed her years of motherhood. Lessons God has shown her through her own rearing of children and those from the classroom are helpful in steering future ministry. Being a part of a great vision from God has been a humbling experience for her and it is her prayer that NOW Costa Rica be a place of rest and freedom to all who come to encounter the ministry.
Susan & Len Eastwood
Susan and Len, founders of Neighbors Outreach Worldwide, first began ministry in Kenya in 2008. Over the next several years, they came to Kenya first on a 10 day trip, then two weeks, then three weeks, and then for one full month. The voice of God became clearer and louder. It was time to "sell it all" and become full time missionaries. In April 2012 they moved to Kenya to minister full time. They officially founded Neighbors Outreach Worldwide in 2014. The Eastwoods continue to minister to women through the Emily Martin Rescue Centre and children through the Children's Welfare and Education Program, providing growth and strength spiritually, mentally, and physically. Susan and Len are delighted to be launching a satellite site of Neighbors Outreach Worldwide in 2021 located in Herradura, Costa Rica partnering with Jordanna and Pepper Ailor.
"I recently retired from Wycliffe Bible Translators where I served as the Curriculum Development Coordinator for REFUGE 139 - a ministry to missionary's kids living outside of their passport countries. My experience includes putting together scripturally based programs that help expat kids negotiate the rigors of a cross cultural life of faith. It is my desire to help NOW Costa Rica fulfill their objectives as they work to reach the lost for Jesus Christ."
"I am a retired Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. My work history includes addiction treatment, eating disorders, and working with active duty military personnel. Since retiring I have been a prayer warrior for the Now Costa Rica endeavor. I also hope to be a resource for any mental health questions or concerns that may arise as the NOWCR team serves the children and youth of their community."
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