John McWilliams

Pastor John McWilliams is a graduate of Rowan University with a degree in teaching and Princeton Seminary where he earned an M. Div. with a concentration in preaching. Pastor John pastored two congregations in New Hampshire and on Long Island for a total of 21 years. In 1998 he felt God calling him into mission work full time and joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ. He was with them for 14 years and is now with International Biblical Training in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

His work focuses on the training of pastors and Christian leaders in various parts of the world. He has traveled to Russia and Costa Rica numerous times to teach, preach minister and train pastors and Christian leaders. He has also done the same in Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, The Bahamas and most recently Cuba. He also regularly travels throughout the United States, teaching and preaching in various churches. A number of his training seminars have been translated into Persian/Farsi and broadcast into closed countries in the Middle East for pastors and Christian leaders there. Pastor John's wife Barbara teaches Art and Bible in a Christian school. They have three grown children, Bryan, Andy and Emily.

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The Wondrous Love Of Christ

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Advent Devotions

Volume 18, Number 48 (11/20/2016, to 11/26/2016)

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Christians and Bad Language

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Volume 15, Number 46 (11/10/2013, to 11/16/2013)

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From Excuses to Miracles

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Volume 15, Number 37 (9/8/2013, to 9/14/2013)

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D-Day From a Biblical Perspective?

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