Bramsen, Nathan & Priyanka

Nathan & Priyanka Bramsen
Africa, Niger
Educational projects for neglected youth, Youth discipleship, Itinerant speaking, Podcasting (Available on iTunes OR via Facebook)
Bio:

Nate was born and raised in Senegal, West Africa. At the age of 16, he saw the need to invest his life into the abused, neglected, and abandoned children of this world for both the sake of time and eternity. After graduating from North Greenville University with a degree in Business and Broadcasting, he headed to the Middle East to begin pioneer work among this demographic of children. In December of 2006, he founded ROCK International (an acronym for Relief,Opportunity, and Care for Kids). ROCK is a non-profit organization seeking to be the "lap of Jesus" (as demonstrated in Mark 9:36-37) for children trapped in situations of crisis. After a decade of work in North Africa and the Middle East, Nate and Priyanka were married in January of 2018, and in April of 2019, God gave them a daughter, Haven Rahab. Their passion is to see the unreached ethnic groups hear and experience the love of Jesus and to see teams mobilized for work among the unreached. Recently, his first book was published entitled, "What If Jesus Meant What He Said?" with a passion and heart to see today's youth be unconditional followers of Jesus Christ. (www.natebramsen.net). Nate is commended from Overbrook Gospel Chapel in Greenville, South Carolina while Priyanka's original commendation is from Houston Brethren Assembly.

Africa, Niger