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John A. Egyawan, SSG
A native of Ngie Momo Division of the North West Region of Cameroon is now a US Citizen. He has a family with three kids. Upon giving his life to Christ in 1991 and receiving the call to ministry two years later, he attended the Apostolic Bible School in Cameroon and served in many church planting activities with the Apostolic Church Cameroon prior to immigrating to the US. He is a US Army Veteran—he served as a Chaplain Assistant for 12 years on active duty and went on a 13-month tour to Iraq during Operation Iraqi freedom. He then transferred as Staff Sergeant to the Reserves as a Computer Specialist. He served as the International Mission Director for Omega Gospel Mission in Washington DC from 2006 to 2011. John has pioneered mission work in Benin, Cameroon, Togo and Ghana. He has served as an Associate Pastor with Charity Church Hanau Germany and also as a board member on the Board of Elders of Omega Gospel Mission for over three years. John Studied Information Technology Management in Colorado Technical University. John has pioneered two Bible study centers: Omega Gospel Mission Bible School and Charity Church Hanau Bible School. He is also a founding Member of TACC-Friends International Association USA where he served as a board member. He has also been on the Board of Directors with GUDA USA, Inc., and PACANet USA, Inc. He is founder of Yooodoo LLC USA. In November 2011, John founded Hinterlands International Missions (H.I.M) USA to promote holistic Missions in Cameroon, Benin, and Nigeria. He believes that economic, social and spiritual empowerment of Christians will make Christianity more relevant in these challenging times. He is designing training & practical ways to provide for missions & missionaries through business ventures. He is working on Starting a Holistic Missions Bible School in West Africa by 2015. John has served as an AIMS International Representative for West and Central Africa since November 2012.