World Missions Conference
A Renewed Concern for Missions | February 24 – 25, 2018
Philippians 4:10-20: “I rejoice greatly in the Lord that at last you have renewed your concern for me.
Saturday, February 24
5:00 PM Dinner – Pot Roast, mashed potatoes, green beans, rolls and dessert. (No charge but reservations required by February 15th)
6:15 PM Worship service – Rev. Bill Bradford, Key Note Speaker Children’s program with Jaime and Sere Loayza. (Nursery provided)
Sunday, February 25
9:30 AM Sunday School for Adults and Youth – Rev. Bill Bradford. (Sharing his missionary experiences)
10:25 AM Worship service – Rev. Bill Bradford, Key Note Speaker. (Collection of World Mission Pledges)
Rev. Bill Bradford
Bill Bradford is from Jackson, MS and graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1990. He earned his M.Div. Missions from Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson in 1996 and his Th.M. in New Testament in 1998. The most important event that happened at RTS, however, was that he met and married his wonderful wife, Allen!
In early 1999, shortly after being ordained a Teaching Elder in the Presbyterian Church in America, he and Allen moved to the north of Peru where they served for over ten years with Peru Mission in partnership with the national denomination called the Iglesia Evangélica Presbiteriana del Perú. Together with their team, they engaged in a community-based, holistic church planting ministry which included seminary training, mentoring of church planters, university ministry, medical and dental care, Christian education and various economic development projects.
In late 2009 Bill, sensing the need and desire to pastor a local church, accepted the call to become Senior Pastor of Lawndale Presbyterian Church in Tupelo, MS. He and his family are enjoying growing in Christ together with a local body, applying their foreign mission experience to stateside needs and engaging in world mission through the local church. Bill continues to be involved with Peru Mission by serving as president of the Board, helping to fundraise and making yearly trips to Peru. Bill and Allen have four children: Mollie (21), William (18), Hannah (15), and Andrew (13).