Shown while on the way to San Antonio to ship the rig are (from left) Fred Vandenbosch, CrossWay International board member; Bob Nicol, engineer; Dean R. Chollar, Jr., CEO and founder of the ministry; Robert Messier, CrossWay International general manager; and Merle Admire, driller.
According to ministry founder Dean R. Chollar, Jr.
, the work in Kenya will include areas near Nairobi and Mombasa.
"We will drill the wells and open the door for Dean
(Chollar) to come and preach," Nicol said, adding the ministry's service is the best form of outreach.
was in Kenya in April working with a church in Mombasa where CrossWay Water for Life drilled a well last year that now serves the church and surrounding community.
Through CrossWay International
travels extensively throughout Europe, Asia, Eurasia, Central America, and South America.
Commissioned as a missionary with Greater Europe Mission
His work expanded through Europe and he founded CrossWay International in 1997 in response to invitations to serve beyond Europe.
"Our motto is 'Drill, baby drill,'" Chollar