About Us

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Who We Are

We are Christopher and Alicia Dunlap. We met in 2016 at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Georgia on a trip to Charlotte, NC to serve with the Church on the Street Ministry. Through a mutual love for Jesus, the nations, and adventures, we felt God drawing our callings together. In January of 2020 we were happily married. Since that time we have been taking lots of hikes, drinking cups of coffee, and focusing in on exactly how it is that God is asking us to serve His Kingdom. We are excited and honored to live this life together pursuing Jesus and seeing the Kingdom of God here on Earth!
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Christopher Dunlap

I was born and raised in Watkinsville, Georgia. I attended Grace Fellowship church throughout my childhood years and through high school. I enjoy drinking and making coffee, photography, and golf. Golf brought me to Emmanuel College where I studied Agricultural Missions. While at Emmanuel, I was given countless opportunities to lead and serve which allowed me to grow and develop beyond what I thought I was capable of. Through many experiences and mentors, I began to explore my calling on a deeper level and found my passion for teaching and training. By discovering my passions, I now know that my calling consists of teaching and training leaders in Biblical practices as well as practical ministry and living.

Alicia Dunlap

I am from Chuckey, TN where I grew up attending Ashway Pentecostal Holiness Church. I graduated from Emmanuel College with a degree in Secondary Math Education. I enjoy drinking coffee, connecting with people, and taking adventures like hiking with Chris. As a young girl, a missionary prayed over the children in my church saying, "there are missionaries in this group." Tears streamed down my face; my heart raced. I did not know it then; the Holy Spirit was beginning to call me. As I matured in the Lord this calling became more evident. I was given opportunities to serve and lead. I wrote notes to God, stuck them in a piggy bank, and saved for my first mission trip. In 2014, God opened the door for me to travel to Haiti, and I have yet to look back since that day. I am passionate about being with people and encouraging them in their relationship with Jesus, personal goals, passions, and calling. I am called to the nations to give hope to the hopeless, peace to the restless, and love to the broken.


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