Mobilizing laborers to make disciples of all nations
Whether smuggling Bibles, feeding lepers or planting a church among an unreached Islamic nation, Mick Veach’s commitment to share the love of God with the lost has taken him to the ends of the earth.
Now as a mission-minded pastor and Forge speaker, Mick desires to see God’s truth compel others to Great Commission action and to foster healthy local churches that engage in evangelism and discipleship.
Mick has served as a Global Partners’ Area Director for Central Asia and the Middle East and has presented the gospel in more than 60 countries.
He planted Mosaic Midtown Church in Detroit Michigan, and is now the Lead Pastor of Kentwood Community Church in Grand Rapids, with a vision to plant and multiply many other multi-ethnic churches across Michigan. Hear him live on WMKM1440AM Detroit radio station, www.gospel1440.com/wmkm-streamer.
He and his wife, Melanie, have three children.
Travels from: Michigan
It is my theological conviction that world evangelism is the primary mission of the church. If this is true then “world missions” should not simply be a department or committee in the local church—but the hub about which every program revolves.