August 2015

As I write to you today the Haus Edelweiss campus is quieter than it has been for the past few months. This week and next there are no students on campus as the summer semester has ended. It has been a great semester with over 300 people there to teach, learn, and serve. Even though the campus may be quieter than normal there is still much activity among the staff as they prepare for the final three sessions of the fall semester.                                                         

While the staff works at Haus Edelweiss there are many students working at home, preparing for their upcoming fall classes. Taking time from his studies and ministry a student from Central Asia sent us an update on his life and ministry. He shares:

I live and minister in an area of Central Asia where the people live lives of hopelessness. I serve here because I feel it very clearly, the Lord’s calling in my life to this ministry. To “go and make disciples”. I know I should not leave my country, but should stay, to try to impact it for God’s Kingdom, serve my people!

I serves as a pastor in a small church that I helped plant in the capital city of my home country. The church has grown and the members have matured so that they are now forming an elders’ team. The church planting team is also establishing a new church in a refugee area in a very small village in the mountains. In addition to church planting activities I work with a mission organization, helping to equip pastors, young leaders, and others to be better prepared for their own ministries.

Sometimes it is difficult for our team to see that we are having any impact in our church and country for God’s Kingdom. And then we realize how many people’s lives have changed, how they have responded Jesus calling them out of hopelessness. We realize how many children have heard the Gospel and responded. In our small church we see people growing and in that we find encouragement. More broadly we see change as local congregations within the country are working together rather than independent of one another.

TCM has provided the opportunity for me to grow spiritually and to increase my knowledge and skills. As a result of the classes I have taken I have a better understanding of church history and how it impacts the church today. I have learned how to more effectively study the Bible and as a result I am a better preacher and teacher.

Please pray for two aspects of my life – pray that in my ministry I will have discernment to know how and where God would use me most effectively and pray that in my family I will be a good husband and a good father.

Thank you for your partnership in equipping Christian leaders such as Gia. Whether it is through prayer, service, or financial gifts, each way you have given has made a difference. Gia expresses it well --“You can’t imagine how thankful I am to the Lord for TCM’s ministry, for the opportunity to study!!! I wish all pastors and leaders in my country would get a chance to study at TCM!”

Thank you!

Blessings on your journey,



May 2015

Forty Christian leaders from 13 countries in Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East celebrated a milestone on Sunday, May 10th when they received their Certificates, Master of Arts in Practical Theology degree, or Master of Divinity in Practical Theology degree. Of those 40 there were 33 who were able to travel to Haus Edelweiss and be a part of the day of celebration.  Joining in the celebration were their families and friends, TCM Board members Fred Brasher, Fred Gossman, and Christian Witzmann, along with the short-term workers and several special guests. Trevor DeVage, Lead Pastor at Christ’s Church at Mason, Mason, Ohio and Drew Sherman, Senior Pastor at Compass Christian Church, Colleyville, Texas spoke to the graduates and guests about “Taking a Stand” (Romans 1:16, Matthew 28:19-20, and Acts 1:8). Following the worship and conferring of the diplomas guests were invited to share a traditional Austrian dinner catered by the Stift restaurant.

One of the graduation traditions is for several graduates to be chosen to speak on behalf of those receiving their diplomas. This year was no different. Seven graduates spoke of their experience as a TCM student, their education received, and how they have become better equipped to serve in ministry. Dorel, a graduate from Moldova shared with us,

It is an honor for me to stand here today and express my gratitude for the privilege given to me to study at TCM Institute. I want to thank brother Tony and the leadership of the Institute, the professors and the volunteers for making my learning experience great. Your commitment to Christ and His Word, your example of humility and servanthood, your knowledge and experience in ministry have had a profound impact on me and helped shape both my theology and practice of ministry. All classes were great and the things I learned were very helpful. I thank God for all of you who taught me and served me and I want to assure you that your labor was not in vain. Only eternity will show the far reaching effects of your time spent with me and the other students. Thank you and God bless you and the work of TCM Institute.


The “thank you” from Dorel and the other graduates who spoke extends to each one of you. Your partnership with TCM through your prayers, service, and financial gifts has provided the opportunity for each graduate to complete his course of study. For that we are very grateful because together we are Taking Christ to Millions by Training Christians for Ministry.

Blessings on your journey,


April 2015

May is always an exciting time for TCM as we prepare for the annual Graduation Celebration. This year there are 38 students from 13 countries who will receive their Certificate, Master of Arts in Practical Theology degree or Master of Divinity in Practical Theology degree.

One of those graduates, Barsegh, grew up during the days when the communist regime held power in his country. After the fall of the Soviet Union when one could more openly share the gospel, the good news about Christ’s salvation changed many lives and gave a new beginning to many. Out of great despair people were repenting and becoming light in the darkness.

Serving as a pastor, Barsegh teaches Bible courses, preaches, and serves as a mentor to others. He has a deep conviction that God has called him to introduce others to Christ and help them to discover His story and plan for their own lives. Within the church it is important to him to help other Christians stand firm in their faith.

When he reflects on his TCM studies,

Barsegh knows that he has learned many things about ministry, one being the value of serving as part of a team where many talents are joined together. He shares that he is very grateful that through his studies he has grown to a new level of spiritually maturity.  

Looking toward the future and sharing the gospel with his nation, Barsegh says, “We--Christians in my country--have our style of living, which influences the general culture. Many seeds are being planted, and God is going to pick the harvest, but still there is much to do.”

Throughout Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East there is much to be done. More than 1,000 TCM graduates and students are making a difference in God’s Kingdom as they serve in their ministries, but there is a great need for more workers. You are making a difference as you partner with TCM. You are helping prepare and equip disciples to meet that need—taking to the ends of the earth the good news of God’s salvation through Jesus Christ!

Blessings on your journey,



March 2015

Imagine you were born and raised in a country and in a religion that had never heard Jesus spoken of as Savior. Such was the early life experience of Dmitry, a TCM graduate born and raised in Kyrgyzstan.

What would draw you to hear about this man, Jesus? Initially, interest in what the missionaries had to say about him prompted Dmitry to attend their gatherings. Then God touched his heart.

In 1993 Dmitry chose to become a pastor while earning his living as a bookkeeper. But it wasn’t long until God called him into full-time ministry. Serving first as a Sunday school teacher and then as assistant preacher working with adolescents, he grew into serving as the preacher in the village church.

Through the years as his faith grew and as a result of his early interaction with the missionaries God revealed to him that he was to go to a foreign country to serve. His own heart had become one of a missionary. Today Dmitry is the pastor of a missionary church in Russia that is celebrating 15 years of ministry. Locally, their church provides men’s ministry, fellowship for the elderly, a Korean language class, Bible School, anda prayer ministry. Nationally, the leadership team can be found assisting church pastors in the region’s capital and as far away as 350 kilometers. Internationally, they are a mission-minded church, actively supporting and encouraging missions in India, Nepal, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.

Dmitry tells us that his TCM education has had a great impact on his ministry, encouraging him to devote more time to deep study and research and has caused him to grow spiritually. It has changed the style of his sermons and the worship in his church.  Of his professors he said, “They taught many practical aspects of ministry. I saw their sacrifice and their commitment and I was encouraged.”

To each of you who have prayed, served, and financially supported TCM we are grateful. You have helped Dmitry and over 1,400 Christian leaders like him become better equipped to minister in the locations where God has sent them.

TCM Golf Outing

Monday, June 8, 2015
Hillview  Country Club
Franklin, IN
12:00 Noon

Click  here to register


2015 North American Christian Convention (NACC)

June 23 – 26 – The 2015 NACC:  WE SPEAK is being held earlier this year. Mark your calendars so that you don’t miss it! Plan to stop by TCM Booth 629 at the Duke Energy Convention Center, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Again this year TCM will be a co-sponsor of the NACC LIVE STREAM. If you are unable to attend NACC join us from wherever you are in the world for the Main Sessions!

For information and registration 


February 2015

2015 Winter Work Crew

Much was accomplished by the team of men and women who served on the winter work crew in late January. A team comprised of volunteers from churches across the United States gathered and for two weeks worked to complete the renovation of the main level of the Cow Barn. When students arrive at the end of March they will find several new sleeping rooms, a kitchenette and a large gathering room.

A huge thank you to Kim Beckwith, Glenn Buckman, Jace Burris, Jim Cox, Brian Gioe, Todd Kelly, Steve Miller, Mark Perraut, Jim Poer, Larry Ritter, Bob and Sabine Schnelle, and Steve Stone, who have helped make a difference at Haus Edelweiss!  

February TCM Classes

TCM teaching sites in Central Asia, Romania, Russia, and Ukraine are busy in the month of February as the in-classroom portion of courses is taking place. Chuck Sackett will teachHermeneutics in two different countries, Sergey Sannikov will teach Survey of Church History, and Zhenia Siniy will teach The Church as Mission. Be in prayer for the students as they complete their work and prepare to use what they have learned to strengthen their ministries!

2015 North American Christian Convention (NACC)

June 23 – 26 – The 2015 NACC:  WE SPEAK is being held earlier this year. Mark your calendars so that you don’t miss it! Plan to stop by TCM Booth 629 at the Duke Energy Convention Center, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Again this year TCM will be a co-sponsor of the NACC LIVE STREAM. If you are unable to attend NACC join us from wherever you are in the world for the Main Sessions!

For information and 

2015 ICOM -- International Conference on Missions

October 29 – November 1 -- The 2015 ICOM – The Away Team is also earlier this year. Plan to stop by TCM Booth 627 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center, Richmond, Virginia.

For information and registration


January 2015

God is doing things that only He can do! We received an end of the year update from a TCM Master of Arts graduate in Moldova, who shared the following about his ministry….

“ Year 2014 was an Amazing Year for the Ministry in Moldova and Beyond.  Take a minute to see the general picture of what God did in this part of the world:

- This year we were able to purchase 3 Transition Homes and that is a miracle. It will host 40-45 kids and three families. We thank God for the first Boys home we were able to open, it's amazing.

- As never before, we were able to see over 5,000 kids accept Jesus and baptize a number of them. To see them follow Jesus and be part of the local church is our Joy.

- We are so honored to say that we were able to distribute 25,000 New Testaments in Turkey and see 9 people baptized. Just recently, a week ago, one Turkish man accepted Jesus on the street.

- In the area of training we were able to train and empower more church leaders as never before in the Central Asia (Former Soviet) countries, were Christians experience much persecution. With God's help we are able to train almost 4,000 leaders. This is awesome.

Year 2015 is on its way, God has amazing plans in store for us. We are keen and eager to see it.

We wish you abundantly Blessed and Prosperous New Year!
In Christ's Service!”
TCM Graduate from Moldova

Your prayers, service, and financial gifts help support the studies of this Christian leader as he continues to pursue his Master of Divinity in Practical Theology degree. He and many other Christian leaders like him ARE making a difference for God’s Kingdom as they serve in their regions and areas of ministry!

This month the academic year begins for TCM. Be praying for the following courses as they are underway in January:

Online classes:

  • Research Methods taught by Katharina Penner
  • Research Methods taught by Yulia Lubenets

Online portion of blended classes: 

  • Old Testament 1 taught by Fred Hansen
  • New Testament 2 taught by Fred Hansen
  • Intercultural Studies taught by Mihai Malancea
  • Research Methods taught by Katharina Penner
  • Hermeneutics taught by Peter Penner
  • Mission in the New Testament: Jesus and the Twelve taught by Peter Penner
  • Homiletics taught by Leonid Mikhovich
  • History of Christian Doctrine 1 taught by Sorin Badragan
  • Theology and Practice of Prayer taught by Myron Williams
  • Mission in the New Testament: Paul and the Early Church taught by Roger Kemp
  • Christian Counseling taught by Krzysztof Pawlusiow
  • Systematic Theology taught by Oti Bunaciu

In-Country classes:

  • Mission in the New Testament: Jesus and the Twelve taught by Peter Penner in Central Asia
  • Mission in the New Testament: Paul and the Early Church taught by Peter Penner in Central Asia

God is providing many opportunities for us to beTaking Christ to Millions by Training Christians for Ministry! Thank you for being a partner with TCM!

December 2014

Giving Opportunity

Kenneth E. and Mary Virginia Helm Endowment Fund

Established in 2006 in honor of Ken and Jinnie Helm, the Kenneth E. and Mary Virginia Helm Endowment Fund is committed to providing scholarship opportunities for outstanding TCM students based on their ministry focus and academic performance.

Recently, a generous donor couple has provided a $15,000 gift along with a challenge to other TCM donors and supporters.  They enthusiastically challenge others to join in the endeavor and by December 31, 2014, add an additional $15,000 to their $15,000, providing a total gift of $30,000 to the Helm Endowment Fund.  These gifts will provide an opportunity to make scholarships available to even more students through the Helm Endowment Fund.

Ken and Jinnie Helm served as long-term workers at Haus Edelweiss a part of each year for 20 years, setting an example of true servant leadership.  When interviewed recently Ken shared that Christian leadership education scholarships provided by the endowment fund will "cause the gospel of Christ to spread far beyond Austria, Eastern Europe and Central Asia to the ends of the earth."

Will you accept the challenge and help the $15,000 become $30,000?

If you would like to honor Ken and Jinnie and provide the means for even more Christian leadership training to take place CLICK HERE to give.  Be sure to designate your gift "Helm Endowment Fund".

Ministry in Ukraine

Serving in his home country of Ukraine, Zhenya is involved in many aspects of ministry.  In an autumn update he shared that he has recently been able to resume visiting prisons as the political situation in Ukraine has become steadier.  During one visit he spent time with some of the prisoners preaching, counseling, and praying.  Zhenya observed that many who listened had a desire to change.  In hearing the stories of their lives he understood how unique each man is and he was able to offer them comfort and emphasize God's control in their lives.

Early in the autumn he made a presentation to about 50 police officers in two police departments, sharing on moral character.  There was mixed response to his message, but even those who seemed uninterested gladly took the Christian material that he provided for them.  Being surprised by their response encourages him to pray more diligently for them!

Each month Zhenya and his wife, Natalia, and their three children travel 90 minutes from their home to minister in the town of Mospanovo.  There they meet with different families, as well as help a local widow prepare her home for Sunday worship services that they lead.  A part of their ministry to the families there is to pray for them, serve them, and share Christian principles of family life.

Zhenya asks that we continue to pray for his country.  While he and his family are doing well there are some regions of Ukraine where Christians experience persecution.  He requests that we "pray for them and against the spirit of darkness in the souls" of those who persecute them. 



Employment Opportunities to Serve at the Haus 

TCM is currently looking for two qualified candidates to fill full-time staff positions at our Haus Edelweiss campus.  Available positions include Assistant Coordinator of Facilities and Assistant Coordinator of Guest Services.  To view job descriptions click on the appropriate link below. 

Assistant Coordinator of Facilities Services

Assistant Coordinator of Guest Services

November 2014


Thank you to all who stopped by the TCM booth at the International Conference on Mission (ICOM) in Columbus, Ohio last week! We enjoyed talking with each one of you and heard stories going back into TCM's history, times of service at Haus Edelweiss, and connections with the ministry of TCM.

I had the opportunity to hear part of the story about a young family who was one of the first families to reside at Haus Edelweiss shortly after TCM purchased the property. Their family of five lived in the Gate Haus at a time when they had to go to the Big Haus for bathroom facilities. Their service at Haus Edelweiss helped convert the street level of the Horse Barn into office space.

Tom reconnected with a professor at Johnson University. He learned that during his days at Johnson when the professor referred to his time of service in Europe and going behind the Iron Curtain, he had been talking about his time as an intern with TCM in the 1970s!

Eric talked with a young man who with his family will be returning to his home country of Hungary as a missionary. As they talked they discovered that they both had connections to some of the same TCM professors and graduates. The young missionary shared with Eric that he loves the TCM model and the way in which national Christian leaders are equipped to minister in their local churches, cultures, and countries.

If you did not have the opportunity to attend ICOM this year mark your calendar now for October 29 - November 1, 2015 in Richmond, Virginia where the theme for ICOM will be "THE AWAY TEAM -- Strategic Living in a Post-Christian World" and a focus on church planting. It should be a great event as ICOM works in partnership with the Virginia Evangelizing Fellowship and welcomes the Eastern Christian Conference. We would love to see you there!

Blessings on your journey,

Debbie Poer


Join the wroldwide movement on Tuesday, December 2nd to celebrate giving and to encourage more, better, and smarter giving during the Christmas season.

Your special gifts to TCM on , December 2nd will help provide scholarships for Christian leaders in Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East to pursue their TCM studies.

Click here to Give.  Be sure to indicate "Giving Tuesday Scholarships" in the Notes section!



Do you ever wonder how TCM courses impact the Christian leaders who take them? A Master of Arts student, who has completed 10 of his 16 courses, shares how three of those courses have influenced him and shaped his ability to make a difference for God’s Kingdom in his home country of Czech Republic.

“In my church I am responsible for the prayer time during Sunday worship and together with other friends I am part of a prayer team. Our team prays for our city, for our church, for the AWANA children’s club, and for the needs, spiritual protection and growth of our brothers and sisters in Christ. The Theology and Practice of Prayer course has helped with my personal spiritual formation. Through it I realized that it is important that I have a healthy devotional life. If I do not live in deep relation with God, if I do not have a living faith, I have nothing to communicate to other people. My ministry must be based on prayer.

Another of my ministries is occasional preaching at our daughter church in a nearby village. The Research Methods course taught me how to do a better exegesis of the Biblical text. The Homiletics course has helped me to better prepare and deliver my sermons. Together they have helped me better understand that the goal of a sermon is to change the lives of the audience and I must be well prepared to share God’s Word in order for that to happen.

Another of my ministries is the leadership of thirteen-year-old children in Sunday school. Because of what I learned in the Homiletics course I have tried to change my approach to the children. Until recently I concentrated only on the message and not on how it was communicated to others. The Homiletics course helped me understand, that my responsibility is not only sharing a true message, but also how it is understood by the listeners. I must capture the attention of my audience and do what is necessary to deliver the message into the lives of my listeners in the best way possible. I must understand the problems of children and react to them in my teaching.”

We are very grateful for your partnership with TCM! There are many ways in which you can be involved, helping to ensure that TCM students continue to receive the highest quality education that we can provide. Continue reading below to find two of the current ways to help make a difference in the lives of Christian leaders in Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East.

Blessings on your journey,
Debbie Poer
Director of International Services

Taking Christ to Millions . . . One Prayer at a Time

Join us in praying for the ministry of TCM and for the Christian leaders who are being equipped to better serve their churches, countries, and cultures for Christ. Subscribe to the TCM Prayer Channel today!

August 2014


If you have visited or served at Haus Edelweiss or been with anyone associated with TCM for any length of time you have probably noticed how important prayer is to all that goes on within the ministry. I’m very excited to share that beginning in September the TCM Prayer Channel ( will be launched. The TCM Prayer Channel will be a way for you to become actively involved in prayer as a TCM ministry. Monthly we will share new topics for praise and thanksgiving and items to lift as petitions and needs. But you don’t have to wait until September to start learning about the TCM Prayer Channel. To view “The Beginning…”. and to subscribe to receive notices of TCM Prayer Channel updates click HERE.

…do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God
— Philippians 4:6

Thank you to all who have been praying with us about the Food Service Coordinator position at Haus Edelweiss. We are pleased that in early July Theo and Kristen Spilman joined the Haus staff. As Food Services Coordinator, Theo has already made a name for himself with his culinary skills! Serving in the Haus Edelweiss office, Kristen has quickly gotten to know many of the students, professors, and short-term workers because part of her responsibilities include arranging all of the travel between public transportation and campus.

There have been staff changes in the Indianapolis office as well. After serving with TCM since 2010 Debbie McLoed departed to pursue other interests. In early July Ardis Yoder joined the development team as an Administrative Assistant. Tom Sears also joined the development team in early July. One of his first projects as Global Outreach Associate has been to create the TCM Prayer Channel!


We are thankful for your prayers and for these new staff members as they begin serving with TCM!

Blessings on your journey,

Debbie Poer,
Director of International Services

News from a TCM Master of Divinity student from Moldova:

“Last week we had an awesome camp for 135 orphan teens. The people at the child protective services office continued to tell us that we had no chance of seeing change in these kids.

In the beginning we thought they might be right, because it was so difficult, as most of them are not used to following a program or guidelines and rules of a camp.  We were constantly crying to God for help, because we were so in need of His supernatural intervention. But we decided no matter what, we would continue to love them and accept them the way they were, even if other people said, “No Hope.”

Thursday, I stood up to preach the Gospel and when finished, made an altar call inviting these crazy teens to take a crazy step that could forever change their lives. I invited them to accept Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior. We were all shocked to see 130 teens come forward, crying to God for mercy and forgiveness.

Praise the Lord for every soul that experienced what happened the next day--a great day as we saw changes, and baptisms, and heard testimonies and personal stories of instant transformation, even miracles!”


June 2014

May 11, 2014 was a special day of celebration for 37 TCM students, their families and special guests. On that day eight students received their Certificates, 26 received their Master of Arts in Practical Theology degrees and two received their Master of Divinity in Practical Theology degrees. The event was celebrated with worship, including a special message by Dr. David Rice, Pastor at Ancient City Baptist Church, St. Augustine, Florida. After receiving their diplomas a few of the students were asked to share thoughts about their TCM education. 

“I grew spiritually and in my biblical knowledge and through others saw how to be a servant.”

”I wanted to grow spiritually; I learned more than I expected to learn.”

”At one time I was just a member of a church; today I am a pastor. All that has been invested in me is your work and your results.”

Did you know that including this year's graduates there are 503 Christian leaders from Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East who have received their degrees through TCM? Your prayers, service, and financial support have helped make that possible. Why is it important?

This past week we received a prayer request via e-mail from a student who lives and serves in the country of Georgia. Even as he is preparing for an upcoming TCM course he is in the midst of preparations for a major Christian event in his country. Here is his prayer request:

"Next week, June 6-8, the Festival of Hope will take place in Georgia (the country). Franklin Graham will be part of it. We have never had something of such extent in Georgia. We pray and expect some 30,000 people to visit the festival during the three days. Please pray for us. Many pastors, including myself, as well as many Christian brothers and sisters of almost all evangelical churches in Georgia have been praying and preparing for the festival for the past year."

It is important because your prayers, service, and financial support have helped prepare these 503 Christian leaders and continues to help equip the more than 900 students who are currently studying at TCM. Whether they are ministering to three or 30 people in their local congregation or 30,000 in a national event many people are hearing the Good News through TCM students and graduates. 

Blessings on your journey,

Debbie Poer,
Director of International Services

Praises and Prayers

Praise God for his enduring love and mercy.     

Pray for the Short-term workers serving at Haus Edelweiss during Session 3. 

Pray for students and professors as they complete new classes and courses this session.   

It won't be long until the NACC will be taking place at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Plan to join us there!

TCM INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE - Booth 707 in the Exhibit Hall


European Evangelistic Society in cooperation with TCM International Institute
will be hosting the Walker Lecture Breakfast on Thursday, July 10, 2014 with guest speaker Ben Cachiaras Senior Minister, Mountain Christian Church, Joppa, Maryland.

For information and reservations contact Breanna Allen (

If you are unable to attend in person plan to be a part of the Main Sessions through NACC Live Stream sponsored in part by TCM!

May 2014

Classes, worship, meals, services - many things were learned and observed during Session 2 that ended this week.

The students from Belarus led worship on Sunday morning and Joseph Kovacs preached from 2 Timothy 4:1-5, sharing a message entitled "Preach the Word."  He spoke about each of us being called to share the gospel and that means living so that others see it in our lives, not simply hear it in our words.

Worship continued throughout the session.  At the end of some of the meals, instead of one person offering a closing prayer, Greg led everyone in singing the Doxology.  At the end of one meal the students from Belarus closed the meal with a beautiful song of prayer.

The gentle spirit of servanthood was displayed by the students as well as the short-term workers and staff.  A staff member explained it this way, "There has been a special sweetness from students during this session, more intermingling at dinner and less cliquish stuff.  Also, we've seen the "experienced" students giving the new ones gentle guidance: load the dish tubs this way; you can help by doing this or that, etc."

A special thank you goes to the short-term workers who served and cared for the students and professors!  They also took extra care in their work, preparing for the graduation guests who will begin arriving on May 8th!

We are grateful to the many men and women who teach TCM classes throughout the year!  Session 2 was no exception with an outstanding group of men sharing their knowledge and wisdom!  Thank you to the following:

  • Myron Williams for teaching Principles of Christian Teaching
  • Roger Kemp for teaching Mission in the New Testament: Jesus and the Twelve
  • Jozef Kovacs for teaching Systematic Theology
  • Rick Justice for teaching Leadership and Management

Pray that the students' experience at Haus Edelweiss will provide new insights, knowledge, and wisdom and that they will be eager to share with others what they have learned.

Blessings on your journey,

Debbie Poer,
Director of International Services

Praises and Prayers

Praise God that TCM will celebrate its 20th Graduation on May 11.

Pray for our students, faculty, staff, and volunteers as they prepare for the graduation celebration.

Pray for the citizens of Ukraine.

Pray for safety as the short-term workers from Session 2 travel home.