Training Apostolic ministers.
The goal of MSA is to offer different types of ministry trips according to the needs of the local church.
Join us as we train a generation of Apostolic leadership for Apostolic revival.
What does it offer?
MSA offers a variety of services to local congregations. We refer to these services as trips. The following trips available:
Full Ministry Team- Singers, Musicians, Support (altar workers, Sunday School teachers)
Suggested use: Sunday Services.
Evangelism Team- Preachers, Musicians, Support (altar workers, Sunday School teachers)
Street teams (hand out tracks, knock on doors, ect.), & singers.
One or more Preachers
Suggested use: Any service
What does it cost?
We ask that churches take the following into consideration and respond accordingly.
Traveling expenses- consider how far the team must travel, gas prices and the number of vehicles coming.
Food Expenses- we ask you to provide food for the team while they are with you.
Lodging Expenses- we ask that you provide all lodging for the team.
(Usually, this is only applicable to weekend trips)
Checks should be mailed directly to IBC.
When are trips available?
August-May. Basically, when IBC is in session.
How often can we host an MSA trip?
We will arrange a trip as often as you wish, providing the MSA schedule can accommodate your request.
My church is not UPCI, does that mean I can not have an MSA?
No, MSA is available to any church that preaches the Apostolic Doctrine.
BOOKING A TRIP
MSA Executive Director & Dean of Biblical Studies