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CCMBC hires missiologist to resource churches
The C2C network has appointed Bill Hogg as national missiologist to support and resource established churches to follow Jesus faithfully and fruitfully into the Canadian mission field. “This appointment represents C2C’s commitment not only to launch new churches across Canada to reach the lost, but to serve and support existing churches as they also strive to live out the great commission,” says C2C director Gord Fleming.

Hogg, formerly pastor at Gracepoint (MB) Community Church, Surrey, B.C., has served as professor, evangelist, radio host, and movie extra. He was involved in pioneer evangelism in his native Scotland where he launched Youth For Christ. Hogg has served on the Arrow Leadership Ministries faculty for the past 10 years, offering congregational and local church leaders training in evangelism. He is currently pursuing doctoral research in the area of leadership approaches to congregational renewal and missional renaissance. Author of Bill Hogg’s Most Excellent Guide to Praying and contributor to Fast Moving Currents in Youth Culture, Hogg is currently writing an evangelism primer for leaders.

Hogg and his wife Morag have two adult children, Naomi and Peter.

—A Canadian Conference of MB Churches news release
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—A Canadian Conference of MB Churches news release