Learn To Serve On The Mission Field By First Serving At Home

A heart for missions is not something which starts when you receive your new passport. A heart for missions is given to you by God and it is evident by the way you live your life. If you are not serving the needy now, if you are not loving the unlovable in your hometown, if […]

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Birthday Celebration With Seminary Students

Monday was Mike’s 48th birthday. Mike and Erin purchased cake and juice and took 15 minutes out of their teaching schedule to celebrate Mike’s birthday with their seminary students. The students of Mike’s Acts class and the students of Erin’s “HIV/AIDS and the Church” class got together for a brief time of eating, singing and laughing. Mike and […]

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Erin Teaching HIV/AIDS And The Church

On Friday Erin concluded teaching the first week of a course at the Malabo campus of our IBCP seminary. Erin has 13 students in her class called “HIV/AIDS and the Responsibility of the Church.” All of Erin’s students are pastors or church leaders in the capital city of Malabo on the island of Bioko. The […]

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To What Church Should A Missionary Tithe?

This is a confusing topic which most every missionary has contemplated and almost nobody has been prepared to address. In all my time being trained for the mission field, training other missionaries, serving on the mission field and studying missions I can safely say I have never heard this question properly addressed. Biblically, a missionary […]

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Mike Teaches On Missions At EG Conference

Recently Mike was invited to speak at a four-day missions conference here in town. The conference was put on Iglesia Betel, a local Assemblies of God church. The theme of the conference was “Whom Shall I Send,” from Isaiah 6:8. Mike spoke for an hour on the sovereignty of God in missions. He drew a […]

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