It started with a vision.
When 19-year-old Gene Huff ministered in his first revival in 1949 in Newport, KY, neither he nor Ethel Dayberry, the 16-year-old church pianist, could ever have imagined the exciting life that God had in store for them. They married in ’52 and the Lord blessed them with five children. In the coming years, Gene pastored First Pentecostal Church in London, KY for nearly 29 years, worked in Kentucky state government as both Representative and Senator for over 26 years and began WYGE Christian Radio, 92.3FM, in ’94.
As new doors began to open for Gene and Ethel, so did the opportunity for missionary evangelism. Beginning in the late ‘80s they became actively involved in short-term missions, primarily in Europe but also in Asia and Africa. Their ministry continues today as the non-profit, Goodnews Outreach, Go, Inc. and is an active, vital mission-support ministry.
At present day.
Today Goodnews Outreach, Go, Inc.., based in London, KY, supports over 40 missionaries across the world both foreign and domestic. All support for this non-profit is derived from generous donors and faithful prayer. The various ministries Goodnews supports are based upon the teachings of Jesus Christ.
These ministries put faith into action delivering the Good News of Jesus to areas that have never heard or read it and sharing the Gospel in communities where Christianity is on the decline. They are also building churches, Christian schools, and other Christian facilities to further the Good News for future generations.