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TRAINING

Ethnos Missionary Academy exists to provide front lines missionary training for college and career age young men and women.

Ethnos Missions Academy

We live in a time when crossing oceans and borders has never been easier. God is opening doors around the world for the gospel to go out in ways never thought possible before. What has not changed over all the years is the centrality of the local church to making this happen. We partner with local churches to assist them in training men and women with a foundation in cross cultural missions/church planting. Participants will complete this journey with a new understanding of the world and practical skills to help them form a clear vision of their place in God’s mission to reach the lost.

MEET OUR TRAINERS

From All Corners of the World

Cameron Woolford
Cameron Woolford
Cam has been in ministry now for over 20 years as a missionary in North, Central and South America. He has served in the United States, Mexico, Ecuador, and in Costa Rica, doing church planting and leadership development. He has his bachelor’s degree in Bible/Missions from Clarks Summit University in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, and his Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Cairn University.
Michael Landoll
Michael Landoll
Married to Li (Liselotte) since 1987, four adult children, 2 grandchildren. Michael studied and finished his Bachelor at Bible School Brake in 1985. He planted a church in Kusel, Germany in 1985 and was involved in other church plants since 1989. Michael finished his M.A. in Theology from the University of Wales with a focus on pastoral theology. He is the leader of the Kirche für die Region church planting network in the south-west part of Germany.
Rich & Julie Rudolph
Rich & Julie Rudolph
The Rudolph’s have been serving in Germany since 2013 as church planters. Before they moved over to Germany, Rich received his bachelors degree at Clarks Summit University in Pennsylvania and then received Masters of Divinity at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in North Carolina.
Dan Doyle
Dan Doyle
Dan has served both as a local church pastor in the United States and as a missionary in church planting ministry over the past 12 years. He most recently worked in church planting in Managua, Nicaragua. Dan and his family are currently partnered with a local church in Cuenca, helping them to reproduce themselves in a new church plant
Joe Depuy
Joe Depuy
Joe has his bachelor’s in Bible/Missions from Davis College in Johnson City, New York, and his M.A. in Organizational Leadership from Clark Summit University. Joe has church planted in Mexico and is currently facilitating a multiplication partnership for church planting in Cuenca, Ecuador.
David Graef
David Graef
Dave has served in various pastoral roles since 1993. He has church planted in Central America and is part of the Servant Leaders team writing curriculum as well as conducting theological and leadership training. Dave has his bachelor’s degree from Clarks Summit University and his Mdiv from Baptist Bible Seminary. Currently he serves as lead pastor of Heritage Baptist Church in Kentwood, MI.
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