Kendal Percimoney

Hey! My name is Kendal, and I’m Head of the Design Team here at RA. I was brought up in a Christian family in South Africa, and I have a passion for sharing His word through music and friendship. I play guitar, piano, program, video edit, design and write; a plethora of talents, and I pray God will use them for his will. I am excited about the future of this organization, and I pray it will continue to be a blessing in other people’s lives.

 

 

Sarah Hawkins

Hey there! I am Sarah and I work in the Graphic Design Team at Reckless Abandon Ministries. I am passionate about ballet and I’d love to go professional in the future. Throughout the years, I have been told that I have a natural talent in design, and more specifically, in graphic design. When I was young, I used to make all of my friends birthday cards on Corel. Later in life, my mom, seeing that graphic design work came naturally for me, asked me if I would design all of the flyers and social media posts for her business. This was a wonderful opportunity and has given me loads of experience in this field to learn and grow. Getting to be a part of the team at Reckless Abandon Ministries has been so exciting and fulfilling, but even more than that, it’s been awesome to work alongside my friends for such an incredible cause.

 

Jess Newendyke

Hi! My name is Jess, and I’m thrilled for the opportunity to use design and photography for God’s glory at Reckless Abandon Ministries! I live in the beautiful state of Maine, but I have attended college for the past two years at Clarks Summit University in Pennsylvania. Seeing God lead and work in my life is an amazing thing, and I hope that you will strive to grow closer to Him through the ministry of Reckless Abandon.

 

 

Katie Eubank

My name is Katie and I’m a photographer and graphic designer for Reckless abandon. I am an only child with two cats. I want to go to Cedarville to pursue a career in digital media, photography, or social work. I hope that what you learn here will further your faith like it did mine.  Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for believers in speech, conduct, love, faith, and purity – 1 Timothy 4:12