Pastor Al Hughes, Bible Baptist Church-Letter of recommendation.

Dear Brother,

I’d like to recommend my grandson, Nathan Gregson for your prayerful consideration. After Nathan surrendered as a full-time missionary at our Mission’s Conference last spring he spent the summer serving the Lord in the western Ukraine through the Carpathian Mountain Outreach. This missions ministry is directed by veteran missionaries, Jessie and Teresa Beal.

Now Nathan has been invited to return to the Ukraine for another year this summer to help set up and run their printing press and assist them in producing their own tracts instead of having them shipped in from outside the country. Since Nathan’s dad has his own printing ministry, he has a great deal of experience in this area. He will also be helping in the development of their web-site, graphic design, and evangelistic outreach. Having already served in the Ukraine, he understands the culture, and is currently learning Ukrainian.

Nathan’s ultimate goal is to be a full time missionary to the Ukraine after completing Bible college. This on-the-job training will give him a great advantage in establishing his own ministry for the Lord there in the future.

I’m asking that you prayerfully consider joining our church in partnering with my grandson in supporting God’s call on his life as a missionary. For learn more about Nathan please check out his web-site at

Please send any support you can to Bible Baptist Church, designated to “Nathan Gregson.” Thank you for taking the time to read his letter and pray for Nathan. If you have further questions, you may call me. My cell phone number is 360-710-6760.

May the the Lord continue bless your own gifted ministry as you seek souls for Him.


Al Hughes


Josh Steele, missionary in Ukraine-Letter of recommendation.

To whom it may concern:

I met Nathan Gregson for the first time when he came to serve with us in Ukraine in the summer of 2013. During that trip, Nathan took part in various outreaches, including large-scale literature distribution in cities, and weekend trips to show Christian films in the villages of Ukraine’s Carpathian Mountains.

Throughout his time of service with us, Nathan proved himself to be diligent, dependable and sober-minded. Nathan and I worked alongside each other everyday for two months, and I can say without hesitation that he was a valuable asset to our team.

Since the project ended in August of last year, Nathan has kept in touch with us. He has expressed his desire to return to Ukraine and further his training in missions through a one-year internship. Our team is very glad to have him, and as of this writing, we are expecting him to arrive in L’viv in early June of this year.

In closing, I would like to reiterate my whole-hearted recommendation of Nathan Gregson as a faithful man with a heart to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We look forward to serving with him, and we invite you to consider supporting his ministry – both financially and in prayer- as he steps out in faith to obey the Great Commission.


Joshua Steele


Euro Team Outreach, Inc.