Summer 2003 Rapport: Development Outlook
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|Paul E. Martinez
Director of Development
and Alumni Services
Equipping Church Planters
Victor Hedman in Spain; Anthony Scoma in Austin, Texas; Brent Hanson in Kenya, Africa;
Daniel Davis heading to Seattle; Etienne Zongo in Burkina Faso, Africa; Mickey Best in
Wisconsin; Troy Mini on his way to Boston
each of these AGTS graduates, among many
others, are on the cutting-edge of church planting.
AGTS supplies church-planting students with the practical resources and foundational
tools to enable them to plant healthy, growing churches.
Because of the rising costs of education, the seminary has intentionally sought out funds
that would help these students achieve their educational goals without accumulating a
mountain of debt.
AGTS has an endowed scholarship, the Ann Jones Martinez fund, which exists to provide
financial assistance to qualified church-planting students. What an incredible opportunity!
With your financial partnership, we can help church planters graduate without the pressure
of unmanageable debt loads and allow them the freedom of working in the harvest field
If you share our burden to give church planters the educational tools they require and
see the Kingdom of God expanded, would you consider making a donation to the Ann Jones
Martinez scholarship fund? You can donate
online or mail your donation to AGTS, 1435 N. Glenstone, Springfield, MO, 65802.
Wednesday, November 12, 2003 2:22 PM