Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

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November 2, 2012

Imhof to speak at Greensburg Wesleyan Sunday

Greensburg — The Greensburg Wesleyan Church, 714 W. Main St., Greensburg, is pleased to announce Evangelist Michael H. Imhof will be speaking at the church at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 4.

His goal is to speak before congregations where God opens the doors for him. That said, his background is unique versus most.

Imhoff is a retired U.S. Navy Commander and a former Navy SEAL. He has lived and worked in a multitude of countries in the world on different continents, including Muslim countries. He recently returned from an assignment in Afghanistan where He was embedded with the U.S. Army as a civilian mentor in the training of Afghanistan National Army soldiers in support of Department of Defense operations.

He has spoken in numerous churches on varied subjects over time. He also conducts revival meetings and has a fervent heart for the things of God and firmly believes if one does not find Jesus Christ in this lifetime as Lord and Savior, one will not find him in the next.

Imhoff, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, uses his unique background and many experiences in encouraging, edifying and inspiring others in the things of God. Anytime he’s behind the pulpit, he seeks for the Holy Spirit to speak through him. When he finishes ministering, he wants lives changed for God’s glory. He gives God all the praise.

His basic mission is: Salvation of souls for God’s kingdom and to assist/encourage people in the things of God.

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