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Laurie Beth Jones interviews Mike Slaughter, Chief Dreamer of Ginghamsburg Church

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Join Laurie Beth this week as she introduces Rev Mike Slaughter to this listening audience. Laurie Beth became aware of Mikes work and instantly realized a common interest for transformational and missional understanding. When personal passion and mission align for greater good, the result can be seen and felt around the world. Mike is that kind of leader. Mike Slaughter, lead pastor at Ginghamsburg Church, is the three-decade dreamer of Ginghamsburg Church and spiritual entrepreneur of ministry marketplace innovations. His life-long passion to reach the lost and set the oppressed free has now made him a tireless and leading advocate for the displaced children, women and men of Darfur, Sudan, named by the U.N. as the worst humanitarian crisis in the world today. Under Mike’s leadership, Ginghamsburg Church has become known as an early innovator of small group ministry, the Church “media reformation” and cyberministry, with the Ginghamsburg website averaging 50,000 visits monthly from around the world. Since initiating The Sudan Project in January 2005, Ginghamsburg has invested over $4.4 million into humanitarian relief in Darfur. The resultant agricultural project, child development program and safe water initiative are expanding to reach a quarter of a million Sudanese refugees and villagers. As a mentor, Mike travels globally to speak and use his “gift of irritation” to equip ministry leaders to minimize brick and maximize mission so that they may fully deploy the mission of Jesus into the world. Mike is also the author of multiple books for church leaders. For more information about Mike, visit www.mikeslaughter.com Be sure to join us for this radio segment and allow Gods passion to stir your heart for mission, purpose and calling.