Hello, I am Jason Mann. I married my wife, Senja, in February of 2003. The Lord has been gracious to entrust us with three wonderful children: Micah, Laura and Heidi. I was called to serve in full-time ministry when I was in the sixth grade.
In June of 2013, I completed my first leg of training at Grace Baptist Bible Institute. I am currently on deputation as my family and I have surrendered to the call of reaching Hungarians for Christ. If your church is interested in knowing more about having us in your church, please use the resources located on this page for full details. I am also continuing my education through Patriot University where I hope to complete my education with a doctorate in Biblical Counseling.
I have been involved with just about every area of ministry that a lay person can be involved in. Growing up in church and being active in door knocking and inviting folks to church is the heart of my childhood memories. I have a heart for serving, leading and loving others to Christ through the example of my life. May God receives the Glory from my life!
My life goals are threefold:
Thank you and May God bless you
Missionary to Hungary
Why Go Thy Way?
It is my desire to live a life that leads others to Christ and not to myself. I understand that, in today's times, the ability to impact so many through web-based media, such as creating a website, twitter, and Facebook, etc. is part of that impact. When creating this virtual environment (that is communication from me to the reader), I wanted it to be something that points to God and not to me. I did not want jdmann@ or anything else that dealt with my name. I wanted it to be about Jesus, not me. As the search for a website name started, many tags were taken to accomplish what I felt would be good as I read accounts dealing with the life and times of Jesus the theme of “go thy way” was noticed repeatedly. I checked and was excited that it was open. Gothyway.org and .com or any domain like this is a place for me to point others to Christ. This is my desire.
"Go thy way" was told to those that came to Jesus and left healed, forgiven and changed forever. As I live and point others to Him, that is my goal: to lead people to Jesus so He can heal, forgive and change their life forever.