Megan Jones

Hey! My name's Megan. I'm a FOCUS missionary.

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Where I serve

Jesus Christ has called me to be His witness on Northwest Missouri State University's campus, where I seek to lead students closer to Him so that they may know the immense love He has for each individual soul. You’ll often find me humming random melodies with a cup of coffee or tea in hand.  

My Story

Going to college, I knew I would continue to practice my Catholic faith, but I had no clue what that would look like. My personal involvement in FOCUS-led bible studies and friendships with missionaries and student leaders during college helped me to grow in my faith and to develop the tools necessary to share that faith with others. Along the way, I realized that I did not believe that Jesus loved me and that I did not love myself. This shattered my world—but  Jesus began to heal my broken heart and teach me how to love.

It was during that time that Jesus planted the desire to be a missionary in my heart. I realized that my deepest desire was, and is, to share the love that Jesus has for each one of God’s children with them. There are so many broken hearts in this world, most especially on college campuses as students seek to find truth and happiness. Jesus desires nothing more than to love each of us. It is our mission to share that love with others.

Your Impact

Please join me in the pursuit of souls for Christ on the campus of Northwest Missouri State. Your prayers and support will amplify this mission to reach these students and win their hearts for Christ during this critical time in their lives.  I thank you for your interest in my call to be a missionary. Please know that your support will not go unnoticed.

Know, Love and Serve God

We encounter God in an intimate relationship through daily prayer, the sacraments and the Scriptures.

Build Virtuous Friendships

By building genuine friendships, we meet students on a deeper level.

Teach Others to Share Christ

We teach students how to share the gospel, who in turn teach other students how to pass it on …