Sep 19, 2019

MI5 Season 3 Trailer

Welcome back to Mission in 5 the Podcast. As we enter our third season I am so looking forward to upcoming episodes with our ministry practitioners. This year we will meet pastors, chaplains, authors, and many other ministry practitioners. Our first episode will launch on Tuesday September 24, 2019. 


Podcast Sites



Google Play:



ABC of Nebraska:

Moses Merrill Camp and Conference Center:

Weekly Newsletter:


Social Media








office: 402-556-4730

Apr 11, 2019

MI5 Daniel Bawi–Chin Christian Church

Chin Christian Church:

Daniel Bawi:

Wikipedia article on Chin People:

Travel Magazine Website:

BBC News Story:

Aljazeera story:


Mar 14, 2019

Ethnic Church Series: Verdad y Vida–Truth and Life Baptist Church

Welcome to the Ethnic Church series. Today's episode features the leadership of Verdad Y Vida--Truth and Life Baptist Church. Verdad y Vida was planted nearly 4 to minister the Latino Diaspora in Omaha land. While the congregation is united in its Spanish language, it is a very diverse multi-ethnic congregations with members representing various countries with unique cultures like Columbia, El Salvador, Mexico, Honduras, and Puerto Rico. So while Spanish provides a common language, there are cultural differences and difficulties that come with being a multi-ethnic congregation.

 Representing this 4 year-old multi-ethnic church plant is their founding Pastor Rev. Pedro Reina-Gil, along with founding members Carlos Angulo and Virgen Rojas.


To learn more about Verdad y Vida visit:


Feb 26, 2019

Ethnic Church Series: Pastor Van Bawi Kam–Chin Revival Baptist Church

2019 Region Mission Expo April 26-27, 2019, First Baptist Church, North Platte. 

Pastor Rev. Dr. Van Bawi Kam--Chin Revival Baptist Church in Omaha, NE. 


Pastor Van Facebook:

Wikipedia article on Chin People:

Travel Magazine Website:

BBC News Story:

Aljazeera story:


Jan 2, 2019

MI5 Travis Collins–Fresh Expressions

February 2, 2019 Fresh Expressions Vision Day Registration

Travis Collins: Is the Senior Pastor of FBC, Huntsville, AL since the spring of 2016. He served as a missionary in Nigeria and Venezuela. Travis’ latest book, From the Steeple to the Street, is about fresh expressions of church. He and his wife, Keri, have three children and a growing number of grandchildren.

FBC Hunstville

Fresh Expressions:  

Fresh Expressions is an international movement of missionary disciples cultivating new kinds of church alongside existing congregations to more effectively engage our growing post-Christian society.

Beginning in 2004 as an initiative of the Church of England and the British Methodist Church, the movement has resulted in the birth of thousands of new communities in the UK alone and brought renewal to scores of established churches. The movement has spread to Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and Germany. In 2010, the movement began taking shape in the US through the vision and generosity of the Baptist General Association of Virginia and a growing number of partners committed to a new era of missional ecumenism, a unity around the mission of God the Father through the resurrected Son in the power of the Holy Spirit.

February 2, 2019 Fresh Expressions Vision Day Registration

Dec 11, 2018

Darrell Drullinger Living Christmas Tree–FBC North Platte

Listen as Greg interviews Darrell Drullinger of FBC North Platte to learn more about the 25th Annual Bob Rouch Living Christmas Tree. Than you to Darrell and North Platte for their participation in the special podcast episode.


Dec 10, 2018

MI5 Brian Kaylor-Editor Word and Way Magazine

Listen as Greg Mamula interviews the Editor of Word and Way, Brian Kaylor. They discuss all sorts of issues facing the Baptist Church today including, the various Baptist denominations, mission work, politics, the history of Baptist identity, gender roles, podcasting, and more. Be sure to listen to Brian's interview of Greg Mamula for his podcast "Baptist Without an Adjective"

Word and Way Magazine

Baptist Without an Adjective podcast


Ethics Daily

Baptist World Alliance

Brian T. Kaylor is an award-winning author and journalist. He serves as Editor & President of Word & Way (a Baptist magazine in the Midwest) and as Associate Director of Churchnet (a Baptist network in Missouri).

Brian is the author of four books on religion and politics: Vote Your Principles: Party Must Not Trump Principles (Union Mound Publishing, 2016),  Sacramental Politics: Religious Worship as Political Action (Peter Lang, 2015), Presidential Campaign Rhetoric in an Age of Confessional Politics (Lexington Books, 2011) and For God's Sake, Shut Up! (Smyth & Helwys, 2007).

Brian has a Ph.D. and an M.A. in Communication from the University of Missouri, and a B.A. in Communication and Christian Ministry from Southwest Baptist University. He serves the Baptist World Alliance as Vice-Chair of the Communication Advisory Committee and a member of the Awards Committee, the Commission on Christian Ethics, and the General Council.


« Newer Posts - Older Posts »

Play this podcast on Podbean App