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ABOUT US

Timothy Gill

The Church in Stealth
CPP Ministries Founder/President

Tim came to know the Lord in the early 1970s. Upon being led to work on the mission field in 1976. Tim, and his wife Darcie, began serving with Navajo Gospel Mission (a non-denominational work in Arizona) for the next eight years. Tim has earned a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Education from North Florida Theological Seminary in Jacksonville, Florida, and is currently working on his master's. Tim is ordained under Morningstar Christian Ministries of Keystone Heights, Florida.

Having left the mission field in 1984, Tim started his own business and ministry— One for Another Ministries— a non-denominational work that promotes unity in the Body of Christ through common ministry needs. In 1989, He and Darcie moved to Florida, where they currently reside.

While working to promote the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church through One for Another Ministries, Tim became acquainted with Voice of the Martyrs after contacting the ministry for current information on the suffering church. Tim then developed a burden for the persecuted church and therefore felt led to concentrate his efforts on serving the Lord through the ministry of VOM.

In October 1998, Tim was able to personally meet our persecuted brethren. He and two other VOM Mission Representatives traveled to Cuba on a fact-finding mission where they found the church very much alive and growing despite the communist pressures and persecutions that they face on a daily basis. In the summer of 1999, both Tim and Darcie returned to Cuba. Tim then traveled to Pakistan in September 1999, Vietnam in August 2000, Sudan in August 2001, and Indonesia in March 2002. Tim smuggled Christian materials into four restricted Asian nations in July 2004. Tim has recently returned from Bangladesh, January 2006, where he helped in equipping future evangelists and pastors.

In January of 2006 Tim resigned his full time position with VOM and moved to a volunteer position so he could concentrate his efforts on CPP Ministries.

 

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