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All That & A Bag Of Chips

For the past ten days 14:21 has been in the greater Toronto area, and we have discovered something: Did you know that Canada has WAY more varieties of potato chips than we do in the States?! Ketchup flavored chips. Poutine flavored chips. Chips that taste like grilled steak. Shrimp chips. Salad dressing flavored chips.


This is not the first time that we’ve gone on a chip-sampling adventure. Back in Minnesota during training, we tried wasabi ginger chips, mango salsa chips, and even cappuccino chips.


Personally, I don’t really get the point of all of these flavored chips. They sort of make me feel like I’m being tricked! At the end of the bag, they’re still made of potatoes. If I want a cappuccino, I want a cappuccino—not a potato that tastes like a cappuccino. Do you feel me?


Often on tour, I get the impression that people look at our team and see a bunch of “cappuccinos,” thinking that all of us are the REAL-deal kind of Christians because we have specifically set apart this year of our lives for fulltime ministry. We often get asked, “What were you doing BEFORE God called you into fulltime ministry,” as if we have leveled up because we’ve moved beyond 'normal life' and into 'fulltime ministry'. As if we went from being cappuccino chips to the real thing.


I have a hard time seeing it that way, because we’ve met countless people this year who are living out their normal lives... yet their lives are anything but normal! They are aware that God has strategically placed them in their sphere of influence to reach a certain group of people who may not otherwise form a real relationship with a Christian. We’ve met teachers and nurses and accountants and moms and bartenders who are all faithfully surrendering their lives to God and praying that He would minister through them to the people they encounter. Their faithfulness to the LORD is incredible. To me, they’re the real deal.


Here’s the truth: it’s way easier for me to ‘do ministry’ in this CTI setting than it is in normal life. I am given the opportunity to stand up in front of hundreds of people and talk to them about Jesus, and I didn’t even have to do a whole lot to make that happen. My current life is structured in such a way that I meet and interact with all kinds of people each day, and no one questions me when I talk about Jesus. This is not necessarily true for people who are living ‘normal lives.’ They might see the same five people every day at work. They might not have the freedom to openly talk about Jesus without being questioned or shrugged off. I realize how much of a privilege it is to do what I do, but to me, the real heroes are the ones who represent Christ with no applause, no microphone, and no recognition from man.


My year with CTI is ending in just a couple of months. I won’t have the same sort of positional influence over people as I did when I was, ahem, a ‘fulltime missionary.’ I’m pretty sure I’m headed for what looks like plain-old potato chip life. I’m hoping to go back to school for a couple of years and Ill probably be living with my parents for awhile. People won't measure my life by some sort of ministry title that I have.


My hope is that I did not minister to people this year just because the structure of my life allowed for it. I hope it went deeper than that, and that the conversations I had with people at gas stations or on the curb were just as ministry-minded as the conversations I had with people after concerts. I hope that I can transition into normal life with the same commitment to serving others and laying my life down at the altar every day. I hope that when the ministry structure disappears, I will find that not much has changed in my heart and motives. I hope I’ll find that I wasn’t a cheap imitation that wore the flavor of a ministry commitment, but that I was the real deal.


Pray for us CTI team members as we all face the question of what’s next for us. And remember that if you find yourself in normal, lackluster life, you are no less important or no less surrendered to Christ. The measure of your life is the amount of love you give, not the size of your platform.


"For the LORD sees not as man sees; man looks on the outward appearance, but the LORD looks on the heart."

1 Samuel 16:7


"The eyes of the LORD search the earth to and fro, looking to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to him."

2 Chronicles 16:9




Rest and Refocus

The issue of rest is something I’ve been struggling with since before Easter break. During my ten days at home, I thought a lot about rest and even took two days of Sabbath in which I purposefully put aside work in order to spend time with God.


In Matthew 11 Christ talks about finding rest. He doesn’t promise that we will always feel physically rested and that we will never encounter stress. Life is full of trials; Jesus even says in Romans 8:17 that if we want to follow Him, we must share in His suffering.  The rest Jesus offers is rest for our souls. This is so much more than physical refreshment; this means being at peace with God. When this is true for me, it doesn’t matter what happens to me externally. When I’m at peace with God, my soul is at rest.


Since returning from break, I’ve struggled to practice this rest. In light of some recent struggles I have found myself trying to “fix” everything and been frustrated at my inability to do so even with collaboration from my teammates. My soul was not at rest because I was wrongly assuming that I could rely on my own strength and “experience” to succeed in ministry. I was not at peace with God. God has convicted me that in my pursuit of finding answers on my own, I had attempted to seize control of the situation in place of God. In seeking to put Christ back at the center where He belongs, I am again becoming at peace with God and simultaneously entering back into soul-rest.


This kind of rest goes hand in hand with refocus. If being at rest means being at peace with God, and if a proper focus is placing God before all else, then entering rest is an automatic refocus of my heart and vision. Praise God for His offer of true rest! We can stop striving so hard and instead allow God to take over. This produces much better results in the long-run anyway.


“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”

                                                                     Matthew 11:28-30


Giving Grace



Something I’ve been learning a lot about recently is the concept of giving grace.  I know for me it can be easy to get annoyed with a teammate or someone and let it ruin my day.  Holding a grudge usually tends to be completely unsatisfying; however it can be so difficult to just give grace and forgive.


I’ve been reading Mark recently as part of my personal devotions, and just yesterday I reached the point where Jesus was put on trial.  I had never noticed how many things were going wrong for Jesus.  One of His friends betrayed Him.  His disciples who had pledged their allegiance to Him left Him hanging and fled when He was arrested.  The Pharisees and scribes, who were supposed to be leaders in the church to worship Him, were actually the biggest hypocrites of them all.  They ended up beating Him, kicking Him, and spitting on Him.  All of these things were done by people who were supposed to be “on God’s side”, and this doesn’t even begin to cover all the acts the Romans did.


I sometimes wonder what Jesus could’ve been thinking during all of this.  I know if it was me, I’d probably say, “I came down from paradise in heaven for this!?  I’m out!”  (and that’s one of many reasons why it’s good I’m not God).  I’d be tempted to get angry and forget the mission.


However, Jesus didn’t do this.  Instead, as He was dying on the cross, He cried out, “Father, forgive them for they know not what they do!”  That is amazing!  He didn’t forgive them days after He could fume about it.  He didn’t forgive them after He came down from the cross and zapped them all.  He forgave them in the midst of the torture and the pain.  He forgave them because He loves YOU.


In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins.  Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought to love one another.”  - 1 John 4:11


Friends, if God has loved us in this great way, how could we not be moved to love others?  How could we not be moved to forgive as He has forgiven us?  How could we not be moved to share that infinite love with the world?


We ought to love one another as Christ loves us.  I know this can seem impossible to do on your own, and that’s because it is.  It’s only through the Holy Spirit living inside of us that we can love others.  If you read on in 1 John 4 it says,


Whoever confesses that Jesus is the Son of God, God abides in him, and he in God.  So we have come to know and to believe the love that God has for us. God is love, and whoever abides in love abides in God, and God abides in him.


When we choose to have faith and believe in Jesus, He lives in us and His love will abide in us.


So I’d like to encourage you today, in light of the Gospel and all that Jesus has done for us on the cross, what are ways that you can better show His love to those around you?

Fresh Dairy Air

Hi, everyone! We have  been having a great time on the start of our tour. I was blessed to have my team experience a piece of my home life. The team was able to spend a couple days on my home farm in Southwest Wisconsin, where one of my teammates puts it, we have "dairy air".  They were able to see that some "dairy air" actually smells pretty good. Other than smelling the farm fresh air, my dad let my teammates help with chores, feeding calves and even milking a few cows. I was grateful for the chance to share something that is so much a part of my family's and my life.


That Wednesday night I was able to share another huge part of my life with my team, my church family. And I was able to share first hand with my church family what I have been up to this past year. It was an amazing experience to see two of my worlds collide. The people who have been such a huge part of my life this year were now meeting the people who helped my year with CTI become reality through support and prayer.


Now my team and I are in the Toronto area for about a week and a half and I am sick with strep throat. Although I wish I was home in my own bed to recuperate, I am so thankful to be with people who have turned into my family this year, my teammates family. They have gone the extra mile to make me feel comfortable and well rested. This year I realized that my family is not just a small group of people in Western Wisconsin, it now extends across the nation and even across the world. I am grateful for every new friend I have met this year young and old, one side of the world to the other....all my brothers and sisters in Christ, showing me love just as Christ first showed us love. 


Dear friends, since God loved us that much, we surely ought to love each other. No one has ever seen God. but if we love each other, God lives in us, and his love is brought to full expression in us. ~1 John 4:11-12



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  • Taiwan 2010

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    Aaron Edwards
    Sarah Hau
    Rachel Hochstein
    Jeff Kent
    Tico Kim
    Lindsey Posey
    Matt Adams
    Grace Fung
    Rachel Sinkgraven
    Brandon Takeuchi
    Andy Tse
    Westley Wong

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    Carrie Vanderhorst
    Grace Li
    Brianne Faris
    Irene Johnson
    Chris Wong
    Ray Low

    Steve Buhler
    Abram Dahlby
    Brooke O'Donnell
    Andrea Webb
    Jiyae Hwang
    Chad Martin
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    Hong_Kong_2_350Eric Mok
    Roman Alexeev
    Alex Dooley
    Cameron Pacheco
    Aby Treiber
    Sarah Zylstra
    Rachelle Poppema
    Virgilia Chen
    Hannah French
    Keren Swedberg
    Bayer Watson
    Heather Hlavaty
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    Singapore_1_350Jim Dernell
    Fiona Cheung
    Alvin Cheung
    Tom Hardesty
    Pamela Hemphill
    Kylie Yueh
    Rebecca Jacobson
    Eric Kuvakos
    Emily Zehall
    Paula Ng
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    Guat3_350Ken Simerly
    Gloria Choi
    Christina Tamai
    Nicole Hostetler
    Natalie Andino
    Andre Vanderstoep
    Laura Schuh
    Elizabeth Lawrensen
    Danielle Goeders
    Jeremy Yang
    Ankie Lin
    Daniel Crespo
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    Jeff Hau
    Cody Hultgren
    James Peil
    Mark Lindgren
    Mandy Woo
    Eva Cheng
    Nicola Losik
    Karen Brubaker
    Rachel Jeong
    Aaron Sweely
    Yale Cho

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  • Taiwan 2011




    Team Taiwan is led by
    Gretchen Otness
    (vocals) and
    Matt Midthun (sound tech) and features:


    Michelle Chiu (vocals)

    Ashley Linderer (vocals)

    Matt Tam (vocals)

    Kristen Tam (keyboard)

    David Chan (guitar)

    Boomer Conchu (guitar)

    Ming Lam (drums)

    Mike Wilkins (bass)

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    Team Singapore is led by
    Rachel Marsh
    (vocals) and
    Aaron Briggs
    (sound tech) and features:


    Bree Ainley (vocals)

    Emily Ames (vocals)

    Nick Wong (vocals)

    Patty Lin (keyboard)

    Chad Martin (guitar)

    Nick Orton (guitar)

    Daniel Crespo (drums)

    Aaron Wong (guitar/bass)

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    Team Hong Kong is led by
    Jenn Smock
    (guitar) and
    Tim LaBerge
    and features:


    Grace Liao (vocals)

    Jen Bailey (vocals)

    Abby McElhenny (vocals)

    Sam Heibel (vocals)

    Daniel Tillotson (vocals)

    Justin Mier (sound tech)

    Lily Maxwell (keyboard)

    Hannah Olson (guitar)

    Aaron Price (drums)

    Corban Wichtendahl (bass)

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    Team Honduras is led by
    Micaela Tucker
    (sound tech) and
    Wyatt Girton
    (bass), and features:


    Becca Cupp (vocals)

    Bethany Wichman (vocals)

    Kelsey Farrell (vocals)

    Frances Coontz (vocals)

    Lawrence Park (vocals)

    Jon Beirma (guitar)

    David Leong (guitar)

    Lenny See (guitar)

    Ellie Brunner (keys)

    Caleb Morris (drums)

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  • Guatemala 2011




    Team Guatemala is led by 
    Nolan Nordlund
    (sound tech) and
    Kara Fortney, and features:


    David Martinez (vocals)

    Emily Leung (vocals)

    Janelle VanderWier (vocals)

    Megan Breyer (vocals)

    Amanda Lee (vocals)

    Simon Ng (guitar)

    Jake Hecox (guitar)

    Sam Lin (guitar)

    Chris Ngan (bass)

    Lisa Burhanna (keys)

    Rebecca Jacobson (drums)

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  • Taiwan 2012

    YWAM Taiwan

    Partner: YWAM Taiwan

    While in country, they will be working with YWAM Taiwan. Reaching youth with the gospel can take many years in Taiwanese culture. YWAM builds long-term relationships with students here through a coffee shop ministry known as “The Rock.” CTI teams connect kids with YWAM through evening coffeehouse concerts and conversational evangelism with students who are eager to practice their English on Americans. During the days, teams minister in hospitals, schools, and through open-air concerts on the bustling streets and wharfs of Taipei.

    Team Taiwan is led by James Peil (guitar) and Brooke O'Donnell and features:

    • Aaron Wong - Bass
    • Brandon Apol - Guitar
    • Grace Wan - Vocals
    • Catherine Wong - Vocals
    • Jill Palmquist - Tech
    • Matt Dooley - Drums
    • Shulammite Chow - Vocals
    • Kat Freeman - Vocals
    • Nathan Lindgren - Vocals
    • Rachel Tong - Keys
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  • Singapore 2012


    Partner: Local Ministries

    Local ministries use CTI teams to connect with the young people of their country through music that is exciting and recognizable to Singaporean youth. They have been established as a band "that sings meaningful songs,” and carefully crafts programs using specific themes that are relevant to their students. This approach has created a large fan base that attracts many young people to CTI concerts in Singapore. As a result, our partners have significant opportunities for evangelism and discipleship.

    Team Singapore is led by Christina Tamai and Abe Dahlby (guitar) and features:

    • Jonny Menges - Drums
    • Logan Klein - Bass
    • Max Cheung - Keys
    • Nina Downer - Vocals
    • Jenna Rylaarsdam - Vocals
    • Katie Nafziger - Vocals
    • Luke Dorman - Vocals
    • Amos Lee - Guitar
    • Scott Mende - Tech
    • Sophia Calhoun - Vocals
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  • Hong Kong 2012

    YFC Hong Kong

    Partner: YFC Hong Kong

    In addition to a packed appearance schedule in the malls, streets, parks and churches of Hong Kong, our teams also minister in the public schools here, giving YFC opportunities to present the gospel that wouldn’t be possible without our team’s presence. CTI also plays a crucial role in YFC’s unique outreach to the elderly; a people group that is tragically neglected by this busy society. YFC provides basic needs and opportunities for significance by involving them in our team’s events. The gospel isn’t just heard here – it is experienced.

    Team Taiwan is led by Kelly Ervin (vocals) and Calvin DeVries (tech) and features:

    • Amanda Lothe - Vocals
    • Josh Stecker - Drums
    • David Leong - Guitar
    • Ross Flynn - Bass
    • Zachary Belton - Keys
    • Eva Viss - Guitar
    • Nolan Welliver - Vocals
    • Kendra Thompson - Vocals
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  • Guatemala 2012

    YFC Guatemala

    Partner: YFC Guatemala

    YFC Guatemala seeks to reach 10,000 young people with the gospel every year through the G-21 initiative; a network of churches and ministries that disciple youth who respond to gospel. CTI plays a central role in this initiative by bringing exposure to YFC through a nationwide appearance schedule in schools, churches and public places. The National Day of Prayer is an annual event coordinated by YFC here, and it serves as a rallying point for their ministry. CTI plays a role in this event each year, building on a partnership with YFC in Guatemala dating back to 1996.

    Team Taiwan is led by Chris Wong (lead guitar) and Hannah Olson and features:

    • Marta Vandertop - Vocals
    • Michelle Chiu - Vocals
    • Everitt Smith - Tech
    • Elijah Schiarelli - Guitar
    • Derek Wagter - Vocals
    • Megan Shirk - Vocals
    • Marissa Wilhite - Keys
    • Samuel Iun - Bass
    • Matthew Chan - Guitar
    • Audrey Chao - Drums
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  • Honduras 2012

    YFC Honduras

    Partner: YFC Honduras

    YFC Honduras provides training to public school teachers through an arrangement with the national government. This gives them unprecedented access to the public schools where they are able to share the gospel with students and teachers alike. CTI teams perform in schools all over the country, connecting students with YFC and the local church. In the remote town of La Entrada, our team supports youth outreach activities at a camp and retreat center run by YFC.

    Team Taiwan is led by Gretchen Otness and Erik Wilkins (tech) and features:

    • Ryan Choy - Drums
    • Stephanie Fong - Vocals
    • Patty Lin - Vocals
    • Reina Almendarez - Vocals
    • Adam Wong - Guitar
    • Caleb Yee - Vocals
    • Christine Wu - Vocals
    • Jimi Oke - Bass
    • Christopher Cleland - Guitar

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  • Zimbabwe 2013




    Team Zimbabwe is led by
    Jeff Hau  
    (bass) and
    Melody Nash (sound tech) and features:


    Patrick Tseng (vocals)

    Jessica Ng (vocals)

    Keilah Quimby (vocals)

    Josh Kavanagh (keyboard)

    Sam Eaton (vocals & guitar)

    Patrick Haughey (guitar)

    Aaron Price (drums)


    CTI is very excited about the opportunity to return to YFC Zimbabwe as it has been over a decade since the ministry has partnered with this organization.  YFC Zimbabwe is, in many ways, going through a lot of changes and with that trying out new methods of ministry.  They see CTI as an organization that can join them in this endeavor.  For this team, they will seek to join YFC Zimbabwe in their goal of ministering to those who have fewer social advantages than other people groups while focusing on helping YFC Zimbabwe build long term relationships with the people they minister to.  All this, while centering their message on the hope and freedom that is only found in Christ.
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  • Japan 2013




    Team Japan is led by
    Christina Tamai  
    (sound tech) and
    Issac Haaland (bass) and features:


    Tristan Poon (vocals)

    Teresa Yuan (vocals)

    Sophia Larson (vocals)

    Alyssa Tomalino (vocals)

    Paulo Escuro (keyboard)

    Justin Cook (guitar)

    Katelyn Beckman (guitar)

    Lindsay Mark (drums)


    One of the goals of YFC Japan is to "build bridges between secular people and Christians."  They place a high value on relationship and a subjective sharing of one's faith, and thus seek opportunities that allow them to build personal relationships with the people they minister to.  Some of the bigger struggles in Japan include loneliness, depression, and purposelessness, and because of this, the team will be equipped to proclaim a message of hope, belonging, and self-worth.  Making cultural connections is key to their ministry and the team will seek to do just that, speaking directly to the needs of the audience and presenting the truth of the Gospel as it applies to Japanese culture.
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  • Taiwan 2013




    Team Taiwan is led by
    Hannah Olson  
    (guitar) and
    Clayton Girton (sound tech) and features:


    Aria Wright (vocals)

    Jennie Shaver (vocals)

    Julie Springerley (vocals)

    Matt O'Leary (vocals)

    Margaret Kirst (keyboard)

    Benjamin Chong (guitar)

    Sam Lin(bass)

    Justin Oliver (drums)


    YWAM Taiwan has a passion for relational ministry.  In addition, they see every team that comes through as one that brings a specific set of strengths that can enhance their ministry and serve them.  Also, though this team will not be in Taiwan for the long term, YWAM Taiwan sees everything as an investment for the long term vision.  Any connections this team makes during their time will be pursued.  The team will play in a variety of venues. One particular venue the team will spend some time at is "The Rock"--YWAM's own coffeeshop ministry that focuses on building long term relationships with those they minister to.  All in all, this team will be a part of a long term vision, one that seeks to build relationships, share the Gospel, and help people mature in their faith.
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  • Honduras 2013



    Team Honduras is led by 

    Brooke O'Donnell (bass) and
    Evan Stout (drums) and features:


    Skyeler Tenopir (vocals)

    Claire Goodrich (vocals)

    Rachelle Tai (vocals)

    Camorra Boldt (vocals)

    Angie Chan (vocals)

    Steven Phu (guitar and vocals)

    Roger Wang (guitar)

    Matt Kelley (keyboard)

    Abraham Lam (sound tech)



    Mauricio, the director of YFC Honduras, uses every opportunity available to preach the Gospel.  CTI teams grant him a unique and different way to do that.  In many ways, CTI allows him to meet more people and create further conversations with people down the road.  Relationships are highly valued in Honduran culture and though the team won't be able to personally follow up long term with the people they minister to, YFC pursues those new connections, at times with youth they may not have been able to connect with otherwise.  The people of Honduras highly value the ideas of strength, freedom, and unity.  The YFC staff in particular value the message that there is freedom in Christ and through their own personal stories, minister to others by proclaiming the liberation Christ offers from sin, shame, worry, addiction, and self-destructive behavior.
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  • Guatemala 2013



    Team Guatemala is led by Eric Wilkins (drums) and Emily Zehall (bass) and features:


    Josh Hampton (vocals)

    Charis Wang (vocals)

    Olivia Lindberg (vocals)

    Rachel Tait (vocals)

    Tess Roling (vocals)

    Jonathan Cheng (keyboard)

    Sarah Wiesner (guitar)

    Victor Zou (sound tech)




    CTI teams play a big role in the ministry of YFC Guatemala each year.  They provide a sort of push that allows the YFC to interact with youth that they normally wouldn't be able to.  Teams themselves don't often get as much of that interaction time, but their works pave the way for YFC to continue forging relationships.  In Guatemalan culture, relationships take a very high priority, and as such are essential for the sharing of the Gospel.  YFC Guatemala also seeks to focus on drawing Christians deeper into what they believe so that they can go beyond simply knowing the "facts" of the Gospel.  All in all, the team will partner alongside and support the ministry of the YFC, seeking to be that push which strengthens the work the YFC has been doing and will continue to do long after the team's time in country is complete.

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  • Singapore 2013



    Team Singapore is led by 

    Micaela Tucker (vocals) and Chris Newman (guitar and vocals) and features:


    Jenna Dillon (vocals)

    Hannah Kepner (vocals)

    Faith Wirajsilp (vocals)

    Edwin Lee (guitar)

    Nicole Yuen (keyboard)

    Josiah Vik (bass)

    Travis Kapcia (drums)

    Joe Paull (sound tech)



    YFC Singapore has a very clear vision of how they will use a CTI team.  Often times, they even develop the music repertoire themselves, going as far as crafting set-lists for the various places the teams are set up to appear.  CTI teams are used to heighten interest in a large finale event or to create opportunities for personal relationships to form between the YFC staff and CTI's audiences.  YFC Singapore will use the team to draw crowds and set up future opportunities where the Gospel can be boldy presented.  Personal relationships are very important in Singaporean culture as building long term relationships often precedes sharing the Gospel, so teams may not see the fruit of their work.  However, YFC Singapore will continue to pursue the relationships the team helps to build long after the team's time in country is complete.
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  • Hong Kong 2014

    Team Members:


    Patty Lin - Team Leader


    Isaac Haaland - Co Leader


    Grace Phan-Nguyen - Vocals         


    Lisa Choate - Vocals


    Ethan Callies - Sound Tech


    Alexa Palacios - Keys 


    Jayden Van Sant - Guitar


    Matthew Nisley - Vocals


    Aaron Swan - Bass


    Brianna Kennedy - Vocals


    Danial Shen - Drums




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  • Taiwan 2014

     Team Members:


    Kelvin Woo - Team Leader/Sound Tech          


    Hannah Olson - Co Leader/Bass


    Wesley Lin - Vocals


    James Lau - Keys


    Hannah Haugen - Vocals


    Kaitlin Sheppard - Vocals


    Steven Morel - Guitar


    Victoria Lamb - Drums


    Edmund Ma - Vocals


    Ethan Erickson - Guitar






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  • Singapore 2014

    Team Members:


    Paul "PQ" Quiram - Team Leader / Sound Tech 


    Michelle Chiu - Co Leader / Vocals


    Hosea Mak - Keys


    Kellie Hedberg - Keys


    Wendy Vides - Vocals


    Anthony Cozza - Guitar


    Kimberly Zeinstra - Guitar


    John Darrah - Bass


    Esther Leung - Drums


    Dennis Shem - Guitar


    Marcus Hilding - Vocals





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  • Guatemala 2014

    Team Members:


    Eva Prokhorova - Team Leader       


    Aaron Price - Co Leader


    Angela Luk - Vocals


    Barry Huang - Bass


    Joshua Shaw - Vocals


    Josen Liu - Sound Tech


    Nick Weaver - Drums


    Chanelle Tseng - Keys


    Victoria Lai - Guitar


    Becca Bowers - Vocals


    Henry Yen - Guitar


    Elisabeth Lopez - Vocals


    Herman Woo - Guitar




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