A catchy way for Zach and Lindsey Payne to share who they are and what they do.

The long story short is that we love God and love Europe. For the past few years we have been AGWM missionaries working for Convoy of Hope in Europe. If you don’t know much about either of those organisations, that’s ok! The important thing is, we have been working across Europe to 1) implement sustainable solutions the physical needs of the poor and 2) empower the church to thrive in doing the same.

Now we are independent contractors, partnering with Convoy of Hope to continue this work.

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About Us

The story of a Kentucky boy and a British-American building a life in Europe…

It’s not all that interesting, but if you want to hear more of our stories, take a look!


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Super Deep Insights from Zach and Lindsey

Well, maybe not so deep. You decide.

Our Blog:


I never dreamed as a child that I would travel as much as I have in the last two years, or that I would get to see and be a part of such wonderful things...


We went to Arusha, Tanzania to work with Convoy of Hope Tanzania at a couple different program centers. The difference in poverty was striking. We are used to poverty in the European context, and while there are places with similar needs, they are less widespread...


Zach and I have had our ups and downs, and knew that things could be tiring, but I don’t think we realised how desperately we were in need of prayer and encouragement from our Christian family until we were overwhelmingly surrounded in it this last week...


Before the action happens, however, we took a reprise from it all... If you have driven a stick shift, I would compare the trip to the pressing of the clutch that allows you to change gears – In our case from plans to actions. One of the most important things from that week, though, was a lesson we believe came straight from God.


"Dear brothers and sisters, when troubles of any kind come your way, consider it an opportunity for great joy. For you know that when your faith is tested, your endurance has a chance to grow. So let it grow, for when your endurance is fully developed, you will be perfect and complete, needing nothing..."


The dark night of the soul isn’t a permanent place. Even though it may seem like the darkness won’t end, the good news is the darkness can never last. The dawn will come. John 1:4-5 says, “Life itself was in him..."