Leadership Category

January 22, 2019 by Paul Vroom 0 comments

Officer Nominations - 2019

This Nomination Ballot is one of the first of many steps in the selection of Elders and Deacons to serve Missio Dei Church. We ask that you, after praying, reflecting thoughtfully, meditating over Scripture, and observing the behavior of the potential people, nominate up to four biblically qualified male individuals for elder and four biblically qualified men for deacon, as well as suggestions (godly men and women) for assistants to the deacons....Keep Reading

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August 10, 2015 by Todd Paben 0 comments

Preparing to Gather | August 16, 2015

For the next two weeks, while Pastor Paul Vroom and his family are out of town on vacation, we will have the privledge of having Pastor Luke Miedema from RUF: Northwestern University in the pulpit. During the two weeks he will be leading us through a mini-series called "I AM". This week we will be learning from John 10:1-10 with a sermon titled, "I Am the Door". ...Keep Reading

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October 2, 2014 by Paul Vroom 0 comments

Thank You Friends

So, here is my confession: There is a group of men that I can honestly stay that I love. They are spread out across the globe. They have encouraged me, prayed for me, challenged me, and have consistently pointed me to Christ. Who are these men? They are a group of pastors. Through the ministry of friendship they have caused me to flourish....Keep Reading

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July 22, 2012 by Todd Paben 0 comments

Meet Ron Sanford

On Sunday August 22, Missio Dei Church had the pleasure to meet and hear from Ron Sanford, the Executive Director for To Every Tribe Ministries. ...Keep Reading

Posted in: Leadership Tags: Ron Sanford, To Every Tribe, Missions, Gospel, Jesus, Evangelize, people, global, Church

May 3, 2012 by Paul Vroom 0 comments

Honouring Vanilla Men

How do we honor elders who have spiritual oversight of the church? Carl Trueman has some thoughts!...Keep Reading

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