Jae McKee gets choked up when he talks about partnership — specifically the partnership between the state where he grew up and the state where he lives now.
“I can’t really qualify or quantify how it’s impacted me, because it’s so unbelievable,” he said.
McKee grew up in Rogersville, Alabama, as a “red-dirt farmer,” but while he was in college at the University of North Alabama, God began to work in his heart and draw him toward Alaska. He went there as a short-term missionary and, more than 30 years later, he’s still there.
“I said yes to an opportunity that I felt like God had brought into my life as a college student, and it has turned into a lifetime,” McKee said.
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This article was originally published at TheAlabamaBaptist.org.