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Meet Dean Osuch, GIC 2017 Visiting Missiologist

GIC Opportunities to Meet Dean Osuch

10:30 am Holy Communion, Rite II with Simon Mwauramissionary from Kenya
12:00 Noon GIC Celebration Luncheon (Kinloch Room) Dean Osuch from TMS-Global (formerly The Mission Society)

 

About Dean Osuch

Dr. Dean Osuch is a Chaplain at Norcross Co-Operative Ministries and works as the Director of Church Partnership at The Mission Society (now TMS-Global).

Dean completed his Masters of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry at Columbia International University with a missions/evangelism focus.  Over the last 18 years God has used his education and experience to help local churches increase their evangelistic passion for the lost, both locally and internationally.

In 1998, Dean played semi-professional soccer in England and France for one season.  During that time he worked with Ultimate Goal Ministries in conducting evangelistic soccer camps throughout the soccer season.

Dean was invited to attend the International Billy Graham Evangelism conference in Amsterdam in 2000. During the conference he was able to connect with and learn from some of the greatest missionaries and evangelists in the world.

In 2005, Dean served one year in Africa with Dream for Africa.  He hosted 3500 Americans and partnered with local church pastors and planting over one million never-ending gardens for the communities they served.

 

Over the years, Dean has led several mission trips to 15 different countries and has lived on the four corners of the United States.  “People often ask me, what are the people like in this part of the country or what are the people like in this part of the world?  I have found people are people everywhere I go.  They want to be loved and respected.  And all of us need Jesus.”

 

Dean loves the local church and the potential Kingdom impact it can make for the glory of God.

 

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