At WBC, our annual missionary conference is a special time. This year, we are excited to announce our three missionary speakers for our annual conference, September 26–30.
Tim Keesee is the executive director of Frontline Missions, which is responsible for producing the fantastic video series, “Dispatches from the Front.” For the past twenty years, Tim has reported on the Church in the world’s difficult places, from the former Iron Curtain countries to war-torn Bosnia, Afghanistan and Iraq. Tim and his wife, Debbie, work in the home office in Taylors, SC. Westerville Bible Church has supported the Keesees since 1994.
The Keesees have two children, Sarah and Tim Jr., who are both married. We are looking forward to having Dr. Keesee with us Friday through Sunday of our conference.
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Joel and Sarah Arnold
The Arnolds are on deputation with GFA Missions to go to the Philippines. Both are graduates of Bob Jones University and have been raising support since 2011. Joel and Sarah served in Africa for 6 months, teaching, evangelizing, and working in local churches. They also traveled for a year to churches and schools across the USA, leading Bob Jones University Ministry teams. Their ministry in the Philippines will include three areas: (1) teaching at Bob Jones Memorial Bible College in Quezon City, (2) church planting in partnership with national men, and (3) outreaches to and short-term classes across the Philippines and Southeast Asia.
The Arnolds have a 10-month-old son, Jeremy Daniel. They will be with us for the entire conference.
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Brian and Erin Bollon
The Bollons are on deputation with GFA Missions to go to Taiwan. Both grew up in Michigan and are graduates of Bob Jones University and have been raising support since 2009. They have taken short-term trips to Papua New Guinea and South Korea. Although Brian and Erin had been preparing for ministry for many years, they did not have a clear sense of the Lord’s specific direction until Brian was almost finished with seminary. God gave them an interest in Chinese people, then called them to reach and disciple the ethnic Chinese of Taiwan. A survey trip in 2008 gave them a first-hand glimpse of the field and allowed them to meet their future co-laborers.
The Bollons have four children: Bella (2007), Emmett (2009), Arthur (2010), and Owen (2012). They will be with us for the entire conference.
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