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The Jubilee Village Project (JVP) is fueled by a movement of passionate and committed volunteers who desire to share the love of Jesus around the world by providing a "hand-up" to those in need and living in poverty.


JVP team members from Indiana and Colorado collaborate and serve alongside volunteer leaders from the villages in western Kenya where the Project has established "JVP Village Chapters".



Ned Campbell

Ned founded the Jubilee Village Project after many years of short-term mission trips to many countries, and after visiting Kager village in western Kenya for the first time in 2008.  

"God placed on my heart to stop being a 'mission tourist' and to begin investing my life in one village to have a deeper and more sustaining impact.  As I shared that calling with others, I discovered others feeling the same way and from it the Jubilee Village Project was born."

Ned and his wife, Melissa, are long-time residents of Indianapolis.  They have 3 daughters and are members of East 91st Street Christian Church.  Ned serves as JVP's volunteer Executive Director and leads JVP "Team Indiana".

"Mummy Linn" Asbury

Linn has been active in Christian mission work  for 15 years and joined JVP Team Indiana in 2009 because of JVP's focus on creating sustainable change in local villages.  Her ministry passion is working with women and girls to help them 1)  become disciples of Christ, who will in turn make disciples 2) learn a trade to provide income to women, and 3) move toward gender equality.  

“I knew from first contact with a small group of women in Kager that this was God’s call on my life to serve Him as a team member of JVP.  What I saw in the women’s eyes was a deep desire to grow closer to Jesus and to grow more like Him every day.” 

Linn has lived in Indianapolis 18 years, is a widow and serves in Kenya on 3-month rotations as a team member/missionary of JVP.  She attends Hazel Dale Christian Church.

Dave Graff

Dave is a long-time supporter of JVP and serves as the Treasurer of the Jubilee Village Project.

"My first involvement in JVP was when my wife, Marti, and I responded to an early request for the donation of a pressure cooker to be used by the women of Kager. We struggled with the request as that cooker evoked many family memories. However, the Lord kept reminding us that we would always have the memories but other lives would be greatly improved. Throughout my life I never actively sought the Lord, but with a tap on the shoulder, elbow to the ribs, or a boot to the backside, he has continually reminded me who is in charge. As a result of His prodding, I continued to support the Jubilee Village Project with service and the monetary blessings God has bestowed on me and my family."

Dave is recently retired after a career 0f 52 years. He and his supportive wife, Marti, have 3 children, 6 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren and are members of East 91st Street Christian Church.

Bethany Odero

Bethany joined JVP Team Indiana in 2011. With a medical background, her focus in JVP has been with health and nutrition and she has a passion for maternal/fetal/newborn wellness.  She also has a passion for short-term mission trips.

One of her favorite bible verses is Isaiah 6:8:

"And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” Then I said, “Here I am! Send me.”

Bethany and her husband, Nelson, a native to Kenya, attend East 91st Street Christian Church.  They live in Fishers (IN)  with their daughter, Olivia, who was born in April 2016.

Myrna Dowden

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Tony LeCount

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Keith O'Dell

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Mike Peduto

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Gary Tighe

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Dan Konzek

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