Bobby and Jenny Mihsill: Missionaries-Elect to Cote d’Ivoire
Bobby and Jenny Mihsill are newly appointed Church of God missionaries-elect to Cote d’Ivoire. They will be teaching at IBAO (West Africa Bible Institute), helping the national church develop, and training leaders for a Children of Promise program. They will also coordinate work camp teams coming to Cote d’Ivoire. The date of their appointment was June 5, 2012, and they hope to leave in 2013.
Jenny was born in Seymour, Indiana but was raised in Woodburn, Oregon, after her parents (Sam and Mary Dunbar) relocated to serve in ministry at Hoodview Church of God. The seed for missions was first planted in her heart at a youth session at Oregon State Camp Meeting. She has taken several mission trips to Jamaica, England, France and China. She has served as a Special Assignment Missionary for Global Missions for three years.
Bobby was born and raised in Meghalaya, India, where his immediate and extended family has been part of the Church of God for many years. A powerful encounter at a youth camp at the age of 18 led him to commit his life to Christ. After earning a BA in Business and Accounting, Bobby began working for a non-government organization teaching street children in Kolkata. It was there that he and Jenny met when she was working to complete her internship in India as a part of her Master of Arts in Intercultural Service through AUSOT. They completed their seminary degrees and were married in 2010.
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