August Update: Bob & Ronda Adgate

Bob & Ronda Adgate have been involved with The Navigators since their college days. They moved to Ann Arbor in 1983 to start a Navigators ministry and have been supported missionaries and members of Huron Hills Church. Currently they wear four hats in their Navigators ministry:

— Bob is an Associate National Director of the Navigators Disciplemakers For Life Mission (their primary focus) of over 450 Navigator staff around the country who are ministering in four areas: Workplace Ministry, Neighbors Ministry, Church Discipleship Ministry, and the I-58 Ministry among the poor & marginalized. Bob helps lead and set direction for this Mission as well as supervising Navigator staff and leading two initiatives.
  Bob serves on a national leadership team coaching leaders of Navigator City Ministries in the U.S.
  Bob serves as part the Navigators Detroit Leadership Community, & 
Bob & Ronda are ministering in Ann Arbor through outreach and life-to-life mentoring. In all four roles Bob & Ronda seek to encourage and equip everyday Christians in sharing the love of Christ in word and deed in their natural pathways where they live, work, worship, and play. Bob & Ronda long to see fellow Christians partner with God and others in transforming families, neighborhoods, and communities across the United States.

Bob & Ronda are high school sweethearts and have been married 44 years. They have three grown sons:  David, Jonathan, and Christopher. David is married to Michelle and they have two children, Abraham and Evelyn.

Please keep Bob & Ronda in your prayers as they serve this important work. Bob especially appreciates prayer for wisdom, courage, and strength as his roles with The Navigators take him increasingly on the road in leading, training, and providing oversight of Navigator staff and ministries. If you would like to learn more about their work, please contact Bob at


July Update: Moses & Harriet Kintu

Moses and Harriet Kintu coordinate "The Institute of Biblical and Theological Studies" (IBS) for the southern and eastern region of Africa. This is a CRU ministry and a new role for the Kintus. IBS equips CRU staff in basic biblical and theological studies and includes a good deal of travel and teaching responsibilities. In a recent update to their supporters they shared, "One of the goals of our work is to equip the CRU staff with skills of studying the Bible, so they can grow in their love for God's word and the author of this word, God Himself."  

This is HHC's second year supporting Moses and Harriet in their work. It is our joy and honor to partner with them. They will be in the US this summer visiting partners and meeting with others who may be interested in supporting their work. Please pray God would strengthen current relationships and lead them to others who would be interested in joining their team.

Moses and Harriet have 3 sons. One of their prayer requests is for God to provide all the money needed for tuition for these young men. Please also pray for safety and good health as they continue in this important work. If you would like more information about the Kintus, please contact the Strategic Partnership Team at