Podcast #28: Mark Thompson

Episode #28 Mark Thompson

Mark Thompson

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My guest this week is Mark Thompson, the Senior Project Administrator over the Mission to the World (MTW) ministry in Fairmont West Virginia. MTW is the mission sending agency of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).  Mark has a great story to tell not only of what God is doing through missions in the PCA Church but also of what God has done in his own life.  He is a minister of the gospel, a husband, father, and brain tumor survivor.  I am thrilled to have Mark Thompson as my guest this week.

Also this week, I share an article I wrote that appears in the July/August 2012 issue of Worship Leader Magazine titled, “Billy Joel Taught Me How To Pray”.

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