What We Are Doing In Papua New Guinea:
Your prayer and financial support make it possible for me to effectively minister in PNG. This is what you are partnering with:
Our philosophy of mission work:
To be cost-effective, foreign missionaries must train indigenous people to plant churches, train their own leaders and become self-supporting movements that will eventually produce more missionaries.
- Teaching in Foursquare Bible Colleges – Most pastors have a one-year Bible certificate and they are begging for more training. Currently, I teach live Bible College classes to students in PNG and elsewhere via the Internet, as well as develope curriculum and other training materials. We are currently working on a continuing education program for our pastors and leaders,
- Monthly Provincial Pastor’s and Leaders’ Conferences – In 2019 we were asked to be on a team of eight speakers that travel the country speaking in Provincial Leadership meetings. With twenty-two provinces, plus the National Capital District, we have the opportunity to minister to every pastor in the country.
- Discipleship and Leadership Development – I am certified to teach the Foursquare Global Leaders and Discipleship Training (DLT) throughout the South Pacific Region. Practical discipleship and leadership training is seriously lacking. There is a huge need to work with local leaders to raise up a new generation of leaders.
- Supporting 1300 Foursquare PNG churches – PNG has approximately 1300 churches and thousands of pastors in the country. As national missionaries, we work across the country supporting all our churches and pastors.
- Managing a Foursquare Missions Press Digital Print Shop – FMP donated a portable digital print shop to PNG. Steve manages the print shop. They produce New Testaments, softcover books, manuals, training manuals, tracts, and other resources for PNG and other Foursquare missionaries in the South Pacific.
- Settlements and Villages – We continue to evangelize, hold crusades and encourage the smaller churches in the roughest and poorest areas of Port Moresby and the rural villages.