Training Asians to Reach the World: Essays Honoring Everett and Evelyn McKinney for 50 Years in Missions Dave Johnson Editor
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Everett and Evelyn McKinney have been Assemblies of God Missionaries to the Asia Pacific Region since 1969. Their first assignment, as appointed missionaries on the Philippine Field, was at Immanuel Bible Institute (1969-1975) where Everett served as president, business manager and faculty. Evelyn was the Academic Dean and a faculty member. From 1977 to 1984 Everett was the president of Far East Advanced School of Theology (FEAST and now Asia Pacific Theological Seminary - APTS) from 1977-1984; he also served as a faculty member at the institution. Evelyn was a faculty member and served as the Interim Academic Dean and Dean of Students for one year during their time at FEAST. Since 1987 to the present Everett and Evelyn have served as non-resident faculty at APTS. They have been Bible school educational consultants for the Asia Pacific Education Office (APEO) since 1988. Evelyn serves as the secretary for the Teacher Development&Certification Commission (TDCC) under the Asia Pacific Theological Association (APTA). Both Everett and Evelyn have been a tremendous blessing and encouragement to the Asia Pacific Region Bible schools as well as those in other parts of the world. Their wisdom, years of educational experience and advice are greatly appreciated and applied in various Bible school contexts! The have ministered in the Asia Pacific Region for 50 years and continue to do so. Everett and Evelyn have had a traveling teaching/preaching/seminary ministry since 1988. Within this time frame, they have ministered and taught in many places around the world (Continental Theological Seminary, Brussels, Belgium; Southern Asia Bible College, Bangalore, India; Evangel Theological Seminary, Kiev, Ukraine). God's calling upon their lives has connected them with many church leaders and students. They walk in the Spirit, step out in faith and live their lives for the glory and honor of God. Students are very important to Everett and Evelyn. A few years ago they could have made the decision to retire from teaching, training and equipping students. But no! They kept going! And the continue to go around the world preparing students as laborers for the ripened harvest fields around the world. They continue to build strong relationships with their students and students love, respect, and honor Everett and Evelyn. --From the foreword by Weldyn B. Houger


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