Meet our Team
Introducing the pioneer team of Kingdom Journeys.
Our team combines in a diverse way with experience in product design, video production, social media marketing and website production. Most have traveled to 15+ countries and have experienced many different cultures. We are a unique set of leaders who are learning from mentors and experiential learning.
Our KJ Men’s Team One focused on business development for ministries overseas. These men worked to “build ministry” not simply to “go on a mission trip.” These entrepreneurs worked to equip local ministries to scale their efforts and become sustainable long term in their own communities all over the world.
Justin is a graduate from Notre Dame with a degree in Industrial Design who has been working for Reebok designing shoes. He quit his job to come on Kingdom Journeys and connect with God on a more intimate level before continuing his career.
Justin has an job on top of participating on Kingdom Journeys illustrating plants for National Geographic in Madagascar.
Check out more from Justin on his blog here.
Hugh has a degree in Business Administration from Stephen F Austin University and just recently returned from the World Race in December 2012. He quit his job with Apple Corporate to pursue a life bigger than his own in 2011 and nothing has been the same.
He loves the outdoors and doing extreme sports. He has been working at Adventures in Missions planning Kingdom Journeys since January.
Check out more from Hugh on his blog here.
DANIEL “SUNOH” CHOE
Sunoh is a recent graduate from the University of Notre Dame where he studied Industial Design.
In his free time he does sculpting and boxing. Sunoh has done mission work with YWAM and his parents are currently serving in Hawaii.
Check out more from Sunoh on his blog here.
Zeb came back from the World Race in 2012 and it was then that he encouraged Seth to move forward with Kingdom Journeys.
He loves to do freelance writing and has been working doing social media marketing for Kingdom Journeys.
Check out more from Zebulun on his blog here.