From MGE Corporate -
The MGE-Christmas Charity Choice Award 2017
MGE is pleased once again to promote the dedicated and selfless work of the UPCI North American Home Missionaries, for over 30 years the McQuinn Family has been a strong supporter of this work.
From the desk of our COO
As a Western Canadian, home missionary and church planting family, we the McQuinn family, have greatly loved and supported Christmas for Christ as one project that is very dear to our hearts.
The work and dedication it takes to establish a new Church, council, help and encourage a community is the greatest work anyone could ever embark upon, as Spiritual First Responders - North American Home Missionaries often are on call 24/7 - ministering and helping those in need.
This Christmas, we at MGE would like to encourage our members to consider Christmas for Christ as the charity of choice for this years Christmas gifting.
When you support a Home Missionary you are gifting a whole community with love, support and someone to comfort them and bring them to Christ for 365 days of the year.
From all of us at MGE and the McQuinn Family we would like to wish one and all a very Merry - Christ filled Christmas.
In April of 2009, Dennis Anderson was elected as the Arkansas District Superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church International. For many years he has served the Arkansas District in numerous capacities including: Youth President, Sunday School Secretary, Home Missions Director and Global Impact Director.
Known for his passion for communicating the Word of God, he has ministered at numerous conferences, meetings, retreats, and also overseas in foreign missions settings. He remains senior pastor of Apostolic Faith Tabernacle in Pearcy, Arkansas and also serves as a tenured chaplain with the Arkansas State Police. He holds an associates degree in Biblical Studies.
Rev. Anderson is joined in ministry by his wife of 30 years, Susan. They have two daughters, Erica and Christin and one son, Dennis.
Learn more about the UPCI Arkansas District and what it has to offer…..click the link below.
Request a North American Home Missionary for your Community.
If you do not currently have a UPCI – Home Missionary in your community please feel free to contact the UPCI and request more information today. What can a UPCI-Home Missionary do for you and your community? Home Missionaries are “Spiritual First Respondents”. Working directly with community leaders a Home Missionary defines his role in the community as lead by the Spirit of the Lord and in accordance with the protocol of the UPCI. Currently, and in the past, Home missionaries have helped to address and provide caring, compassionate Biblical solutions to many societal problems. Home missionaries duties may include but are not limited to:
- Providing Biblical, spiritual and emotional counseling for those in need regardless of religious affiliation.
- Helping to address, create and facilitate various programs and services within the community helping to support those suffering from homelessness, poverty, neglect and addictions.
- Offering emergency “first response” spiritual care to families or a community in crisis.
- Offering spiritual care to those in hospital and provide in – home spiritual care follow up.
- They may also help to facilitate spiritual and emotional counseling to law enforcement, medical and emergency service providers, schools and educators through registered UPCI Chaplains.
The best thing any mayor and council can do for their community is to provide a full time UPCI Home missionary.