Sep 18

From Angie Hicks – TMCI Conference September 27-29

From Angie: We TRIUMPH: Join us at TMCI Annual Conference Sept. 27- 30



In the middle of a battle?

The Lord of Heavens Armies calls us to triumph in Him! Come and be refreshed and strengthened to take spoil for the Kingdom! Looking forward to seeing you there.



Come see and hear what God is releasing for the next season for TMCI (that’s us)!

Good food, good friends, great teaching and preaching!! You will be glad you came.

Along with all the great messages, fun and fellowship, there will be an ORDINATION SERVICE on Friday evening, September 29th.

This is for those who wish to be ordained (you need to begin the process/paperwork), AND for those already ordained who want the laying on of hands of the Bishops and Presbyters.
If you know someone who has a ministry call and needs a spiritual covering for ordination and/or non-profit status Annual Conference is a wonderful time to have them join us. Use the link below to share information with others.

Questions? Call the office and speak to David Rinehart (803-799-0502), or email him at





Planting Churches and Serving Missionaries Around the World for Over 25 Years

TMCI ANNUAL CONFERENCE: September 27-28-29, 2017

Schedule and Details



ORDINATION/501c3 process starts here:







Bishop Angie Connor Hicks has an anointed teaching and healing ministry around the world. A co-founder of Faithworks International, Angie is known for ministering the Word and operating in the gifts of the Spirit at conferences, crusades, in churches and on television. She has ministered in over 800 concerts as a speaker, singer and songwriter, to US and Allied Service members and other ministry venues in over 30 nations.

Currently, Angie’s focus is returning to a vision God gave her many years ago. It is NOW the time for a special focus on women, through teaching and releasing the Holy Spirit, to empower Women of Faith to lead and to serve. Under the umbrella of Faithworks International, 21st Century Woman will be launched in the near future. Angie continues to minister where God opens doors in the USA and around the world.

Bob has a rich background in business and humanitarian work. Bob is the Senior Bishop of The Missionary Church International and is greatly used of God to help fellow believers and ministers around the world understand and fulfill God’s vision for their lives and ministries. In addition to his work in the US and several foreign countries, he and Ginny often coached other ministries, providing tools and teaching to help them accomplish God’s purpose and calling. The Coulters were married over 53 years and have 5 children and 5 grandchildren.

Rev. Felix (Phil) Faraone lives in Warner Robins, Georgia with his wife, Linda. After being born again in 1974 and filled with the Holy Spirit six months later, he was healed of an incurable disease. People are saved, filled, healed, strengthened, delivered and set free as the Holy Spirit ministers powerfully to them through Phil. Phil has served as pastor over 23 years and is a Presbyter with TMCI. He served as the Director of Student Affairs and taught Bible at the Word Training Center in Warner Robins. He has planted a dozen churches in Russia in his 20-plus years of mission work.




Daytime Speakers: BIOS





TMCI Room Rate $72.00 plus tax per day

(Ask for TMCI Conference Rate)
114 Commerce Blvd
Lancaster, SC 29720
(803) 283-1188

Reservations for the hotel are additional and separate from the conference registration and must be made by each individual.
Hotel website



Christian Assembly Worship Center
(Marvin Tennant III, Host Pastor)
542 Lancaster Bypass East
Lancaster, SC 29720


Be sure to reserve Hotel room. It fills up quickly. You don’t pay till you arrive.



Sep 14

Important Update from the Pele’s in American Samoa

From: Eva Pele <>
Date: Sun, September 03, 2017 12:09 am

Just wanted to share an update with you. We had an extremely successful medical mission this year. Praise the Lord!

 Also,  I (Eva) am leaving American Samoa Monday Sept 4th. I am returning to SC with  an 8 yr old little girl for eye surgery. Lourdes is going blind with congenital cataracts. The Dr. that came with us on the medical mission this year has arranged for her to have surgery in Columbia, SC sponsored in part by the Rotary Club. He said in July if  she doesn’t have this surgery within a few months she will be blind for the rest of her life.  Praise God she has surgery scheduled for Sept 14th on one eye and Sept 21 on the other eye at Palmetto Health.

Pele will stay in Am Samoa as we have much work to do here. I will return back to American Samoa with her sometime in Oct. There was no one to accompany her to SC. Her mother has two other small children and the father has left the family and doesn’t have anything to do with them. So I offered to take her for the surgery.  It’s a sacrifice for us, but Pele and I are willing.

Please pray for a successful journey there and back and a successful surgery. Doctors expect great results.

Our God is great!

Sep 14

Justin and Ashli Galloway-TMCI Missionaries to the Navajo Reservation in Utah

September 01, 2017

Psalm 126

First, we want to start by thanking you for your support of BHP.  As you all know, we were able to travel over 2300 miles and settle here in Monument Valley, UT.  Ashli has started home school with the girls and Hanner is along for the ride.  I have started my job at the high school and am learning a lot about the education field.

During the month of August we have been involved with 2 of the 11 partner churches.  With each, Dine Community Church and Oljato United Methodist Church, we were involved in two separate activities.  We are supporting Sunday School efforts in both churches and making plans for other ministry activities.

We’ve learned a lot about the culture of the Reservation that we didn’t already know, Ashli has begun building solid foundational relationships with the ladies in leadership at both churches we’ve visited and our children have begun meeting new friends.

While there are challenges to life on the Rez, the simplistic way of life here is contagious.  The need to go, go, go and the addiction of busy-ness are becoming figments of our imagination.  Our evenings are slower paced than they’ve ever been, we are spending more time together as a family and are able to enjoy the sounds of our children playing with their precious Navajo friends.  Ashli has found a running buddy, who Interestingly enough,  is an older gentleman who was raised Lutheran but hasn’t been to church in many years.  He and his wife both teach at the high school with me and Ashli is excited to use her running time as a missions opportunity, as well.

We are excited to begin branching out into other partner churches and beginning to build relationships there.  Please be in prayer for the Navajo people.  The leaders of each of these churches as well as the leadership in other Navajo Christian churches.  There is such a strong presence here of believers who are just weary.  Yet, in their weariness, we see such hope.  Our brothers and sisters have such wonderful ideas for community outreach and continuing to grow their churches.  They have stated on multiple occasions how excited they are to have us here.  Honestly, the privilege is ours.  What a journey He has placed before us.  We go forward with excitement and expectation for all He will do in and through our family.


Justin and Ashli Galloway


Sep 14

Chris & Larena Johnston – TMCI Missionaries to Galway, Ireland

Prayer Requests We would be honored if you would pray with us concerning:

Please pray for the new students who will be coming in for the fall semester–that we would reach more college students for Jesus and pour into them this year!

Please pray for TORCH this new school year, for more leaders, deeper passion, more investment and commitment from our current leaders and those the Lord will send to us!

Please pray for our life adjustments with li�le Anora and pray for God’s provisions.

Also pray we will con�nue to reach the lost demographic in Galway for Jesus! Especially the youth and young adults! Visits from Afar, and Keeping on! Hello loved ones! Wow, I can’t believe it’s been almost a month since our little Anora Christina was born! It’s been a lot of adjusting, late nights, long feeds, doctors appointments, visitors from afar and Skype sessions! Thank God for Social media, as it helps us stay connected to family and friends miles away! Anora was born with a little tongue tie, and we had to get a procedure done to get that taken care of. Then, she was able to feed better and Mama wasn’t in so much pain. It was a real struggle in the beginning as she also was a bit jaundice so we had doctors appointments 3 days in a row. That was pretty hard on me physically, but the Lord really gave me the strength to keep getting her checked. She is the most precious gift and we are SO very thankful for ALL your prayers, and your words of encouragements, your packages, your cards—your thoughtfulness! We are so very thankful, and words can never express how much it means to us. We don’t feel so alone or so far away from our family and friends back home because you all show you care. Thank you!! We had a whirl wind visit from my parents which was a real blessing! My mom came and cleaned, cooked, and treated us many of the days they were here. Of course many dirty diapers were changed in my and Chris’ stead, so we could catch up on a few things that we got behind in. It was a real blessing to have Papa Mark here to help Chris with the lighting/sound project at the church. There is just so much to still be done, and with the people he needs to help him get it done unavailable most weeks, it is taking a lot longer than expected. However, when Papa was here, Chris said it was like getting 3 days worth of work done in one afternoon! So thankful for his help in that! We are that much closer to have everything upgraded and done. The sound is officially completed, and it sounds amazing! No pun intended! 🙂 So many people made comments when they switched over on how clear everything was, and how much better the music sounds coming from the speakers! Now once we get the lights all sorted, it will be the full package! Chris is hoping to get that done very soon. Chris is planning on heading into Galway town soon, to try and connect with some new youth. Please pray the Lord will give us the leaders and the proper strategies in how to reach more the of the unreached demographic in this city! It is our hearts deepest desire! Chris is also planning some things for the fall for the young adults group SALT. We are hoping to break into 2 small groups instead of 1, and get those rolling, as we grow. We are hoping to find a way to also connect with students from the local Hope Ireland Missions Chris & Larena Johnston – Missionaries to Galway, Ireland AUG 2017 Anora gets special visits from family! “God is not unjust; He will not forget your work and the love you have shown Him as you have helped His people and continued to help them.” Hebrews 6:10 Papa Mark helps with the light upgrade! colleges here. Please continue to pray for that progress. Chris’ mom Patti is currently here with us helping us with baby Anora. She will be here for a couple weeks. It helps me, as little Anora has decided to be a cluster feeding baby. She will eat one hour, give me about 10-15mins in between and want to feed again for another hour…then she will sleep for a couple hours in the afternoon. She will then cluster feed for the evening until around 11pm. I can’t complain though because she only wakes once in the night–so we get a few good hours of uninterrupted sleep. Chris has not stopped going in and working on the sound/lighting, or even stopped TORCH, or SALT. He’s still meeting with our leaders and investing in them, so I am home alone many times. It is so helpful to have someone here to help sometimes just bring me a glass of water, or make a meal…as I am unable to do these things very easily. Please pray for Chris, as he is still doing everything he normally does, and then has taken on a lot of the cleaning/cooking extra around the house as I am unable to leave the couch or the bed at times with Anora’s feeding schedule. It’s been a lot for him to balance, and I’ve really encouraged him to give himself some slack, but he keeps plowing ahead full speed. If you could please pray for the leaders this year, that we will be able to really invest in them, and the young adults that will be coming into GCF this fall. We really want to pour into them, and invest in them. Also, we are unable to grow if we were to keep the small groups at our house. Right now we average 16-18 that is our max for small groups. We have averaged around 25-30 young adults for the SALT services, and if we could get 2 groups of 6-10 per small group—that would be amazing! We really want to make deeper connections with out college students, and get them plugged into GCF, a deeper faith, and fellowship together. Please pray for those that we are to reach this school year. We want to make a difference here for the glory of God!

Please also pray for me as I find my new role as a mama, and still doing what God has for me to do here! I am taking a couple months off, but will be hitting the ground running again hoping to invest deeper one on one with the young ladies God has given into our care here. We love this work and the ability to do it!

Finally, thank you for time and time again, being answers to prayer for things we seek the Lord on. We thank God for people who are so in tune with His Holy Spirit, that they come along and meet needs that only our Heavenly Father knows about! You guys are legends (as they say here in Ireland!) We love you! Till next time, all our love! ~

Larena, Chris & Anora!

Support Information If you would like to team up & contribute to this important mission,

Please make checks out to: Hope Ireland Missions 229 W. Exchange St. Crete, IL 60417 (Chris & Larena Johnston on the memo line)

ONLINE GIVING: & click on “partner.”



Sep 07

Join Bishop Coulter for a TMCI online LIVE connection, Monday September 11th at 7:15 PM Central Time

Join us for a TMCI online LIVE connection, Monday September 11th at 7:15 PM Central Time

Connect online, live at the TMCI Internet Connection Meeting.

7:15 Central Time
8:15 Eastern Time
6:15 Mountain Time
5:15 Pacific Time

MEET OTHER TMCI MEMBERS. Hear what God is doing, be ready to share a 5-minute testimony of what the Lord is doing in your life and ministry, and pray for one another. We have a great time. WE HOPE YOU WILL JOIN US.


Aug 31

Report from Rick and Maricruz in Mexico

Dear Friends,

The Summer is over for us and Daniel has been back in school for several weeks. Our trip to Oregon passed very quickly. We were very busy ministering in churches and small groups. Our plans to have some vacation time just didn’t work out for us. We wanted to visit more friends and family but just didn’t have time to do so and I apologize for that. We were blessed with a new Honda Pilate and ended up driving 12 days back to Cancun. That’s the reason our time in Oregon was cut short.

I wouldn’t want anyone to feel bad for us. Because we drove back we still have airfare to fly to Orlando late November. Disney gave us free tickets and we found a 1 bedroom condo we can use. There’s nothing like a free vacation to Disney World. Yes 8 days in Orlando and it’s all paid for. The Lord is very Good to us.

The Radio ministry continues to grow and reach more people for the Lord to Bless. I am trying to find a way to purchase sound proofing for the broadcasting room. We want to get rid of all the echo so our broadcasts will be clear. Maricruz does here broadcast live with Facebook if any one wants to watch.

I will send another ministry update soon.

God Bless

Rick,  Maricruz and Daniel

Aug 31

Excellent Report from Paul Gonzales, Mexico

One the last trip to Oaxaca we gave away over 900 pairs of my glasses along with a free exam.   95% of the people helped where indigenous and very very poor. Most people work in the fields.

The lady (pictured) got her eyeglasses for the first time in her life.  She is 95 years old. She said she sold the dress she was wearing since she could see to sew.   She lives with her son who earns about $10 a day in the fields.

Aug 29

UfaBible Ministries, August Report

UfaBible Ministries

Spanning continents for Christ


Summer has come to its end. Thank you for praying for our summer ministries. We’ve had incredible months of ministries in both – US and Russia. Travels went smooth. We had a good conversation with a lady while on our flight to the US in June. She was from Ukraine and was sensitive to spiritual matters. God made us – Russian speaking people – to seat together in 200+ passengers Boeing 767 flying from Paris to Orlando!

The family camp this summer was a blast. Although a few days were cold and rainy God’s hand of grace was upon the camp. The Lord blessed us in many ways one of which was rededication of several souls who had not been following the Lord.

We walked the group of different ages through various leadership skill building exercises and taught on the character of servant leaders. The youngest participant was 1,3 months old which is our daughter Christina and the oldest was Nazeel in his 50s. We also had time of witnessing in local villages which we did undercover. We received warm and promising responses in a few houses. We conduct our camp in the area inhabited by indigenous Bashkir people.

Please pray as we start a new year in our ESL school. Pray that the Lord would lead spiritually sensitive students to us. Pray for wisdom in planning of the curriculum and schedule. We shared previously that pace of life in this culture is slow. Things are achieved slowly and time-consumengly. So many times our desire to reach certain goals was crashed at the reality of everyday life in Ufa. Pray that our hearts would not be dismayed but stood firm in the Lord.

Liliya witnessed to her former university teacher last Sunday. We had Alzheimer disease and was doing not so good. Our church prayed for clarity of her mind to hear the good news and He answered. She heard, next day she died. Praise the Lord for such moments that He gives last chance to share the good news about salvation. Pray for comfort for the relatives and friends and wisdom for Liliya as she attends the funeral tomorrow.

Family-wise, our daughter, Christina, is behind in her vaccination schedule. We can’t make shots due to lack of funds.

If you are able to help us with a special offering toward this expense it would be greatly appreciated! You can make tax deductible contribution to Ufa Bible Ministries which is recognized by the IRS as a 501c3 non-profit organization.

Make checks payable to: Ufa Bible Ministries (UBM) PO Box 1761 Columbia SC 29202 US

Aug 15

Newsletter from Jen Cook in Honduras

Dear Friends;

Please find the latest news attached.  It is a summary of the last 4 months since the move from mainland to island.

Thanks for remembering Joy and I in regular prayer as we are adjusting to a new environment, a new culture, more than 1 language, some newer foods and spiritual warfare as we make headway with the work.  Yes, it’s really hot at sea level despite trade wind breezes. And though we are not complaining, it can tax our energy if we do not pace with the work, drink plenty of fresh, pure water and eat foods rich in vitamins and minerals.

Please feel free to email should you have any specific questions about culture, the work, and even any specific prayer requests of your own.

It’s hard to believe that we have already been on Roatan for close to 4 months now.

Many Blessings!

Thanks for reading and for prayers.  We prayer agree with you also!


Click the links below to view newsletter:

jen cook update 1

jen cook update 2

Jul 20

Praise God for Another Historical Moment for TMCI.

Another Historical Moment for TMCI. Glory be to God! On July 7, Jim and Irene Reyes, Yesinia, our Mexico lawyer, and I attended a Religious Charter Ceremony in Mexico. This is the charter we have been praying for, for over 5 years.

With this religious charter, LIMI (the Missionary church international in Spanish), will be able to ordain Mexico pastors. We are now officially recognized by the Mexican Government as a denomination. We have the same standing in Mexico as we have here in the United States.

With the Religious Charter we will be able to reach out to independent pastors in Mexico and give them the credentials to make them legal in Mexico, and will be able to help them to fulfill the call God has on their lives.

Praise God for his faithfulness,

Bishop Bob Coulter

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