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Many years now, speaker, author and consultant Mark Muirhead has been motivating people on the positive "influence" that can affect leaders, families and students.
Mark speaks using humor and storytelling to convey his concern for how people "most turn out."
He has spoken across the United States and nations of the world to churches, leadership seminars, conventions and schools.
Be sure to connect with him on www.facebook.com/mark.muirhead
Mark is the founder of Pinehurst, North Carolina based non-profit 501(c)3 mission's evangelism organization called Friends Forever Missionary Fellowship (aka MMM, INC.)
During 1996 - 2004 he spoke with former Harlem Basketball Legend Dexter Williams to over 550,000 USA public school students.
Along with his extensive speaking schedule the last 18 years he has led over 2,000 students and leaders on the www.ilovejamaica.org trips.
In October 2001 the ministry launched the twenty-four hour a day and live channel www.aroundtheworldradio.org a internet broadcast radio station.
Then in September 2003 began producing a "Friends Forever" TV progam for two stations in Guyana, South America.
Then, on January 12, 2005 Friends Forever TV began on Channel 93, Montego Bay, Jamaica (on the Cornwall Communications Cable, Ltd.). This is a 24/7 cable Channel, more schedule information is available at www.friendsforevertv.com.
Additionally, Friends Forever TV is 24/7 with nine 24/7 cable TV channels in Jamaica and Guyana:
Channel 93, Cambridge, since July 12, 2007;
Channel 63, Grange Hill, since April 17, 2008;
Channel 63, SavannaLaMar, since December 24, 2008;
Channel 42, Black River, since February 26, 2009;
Channel 63, SavLaMarr, since December 24, 2009;
Channel 20, Lucea, since February 8, 2010;
Channel 93, Lilliput, since June 21, 2010;
Channel 93, Albert Town, since October 30, 2010;
Channel 20, Port Kaituma, Guyana, South America, November 8, 2011.
Soon open an additional cable TV channel in the Brownstown, Jamaica area.
Georgetown Pastor and Guyana A/G Assistant General Superintendent, Raphael Massiah, has said, "You are always welcomed at First Assembly Wortmanville, and you must be commended for the work you are doing in Port Kaituma TV 20, including my countrymen there to interact with our Choices (TV program)."
More information concerning Sunday ministry, leadership weekends at your church, summer trips and evangelistic crusades is available just e-mail FFTVToday@aol.com, or the scheduling phone number is 1-910-215-7777.
The Muirhead family resides in Pinehurst, North Carolina and Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Their son Alex graduated high school in 2006 from the Sunset Academy. During summer 2006 & 2007 he played senior legion baseball for Montgomery County Post #159. He had four consecutive years of playing senior legion baseball. He married Melissa Marie on May 22, 2009. In May 2010 Alex and Melissa graduated from Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Invite Mark to come, you'll be glad how his influence in ministry and fellowship will "turn out"
Rev. Dr. Earl D. Baldwin, Lutherville, Maryland, 410-296-2750
Rev. Tom Whidden, Salisbury, North Carolina, 704-467-0796
Rev. Richard P. Wilkerson, Sr., Miami, Floriday, 305-970-6300
Rev. Mark Ivey, Newton, North Carolina, 704-668-4171
Rev. Robert Muirhead, Battle Creek, Michigan, 269-965-8541
Rev. Dr. Dennis Rabineau, Bridgewater, New Jersey, 908-725-7777
Rev. Scott Erickson, Salem, Oregon, 503-304-4000
Rev. John Chase, Sr., Ocean Isle Beach, NC, 910-620-4505
Rev. David Sutphin, Guyana Hope, Clayton, North Carolina, 919-934-2359
Mr. Peter Cohen, Montego Bay, Jamaica, 214-774-2127
Evangelism is not a program it is a lifestyle with one target, people, one person at a time!
Martin has attended eleven different institutions of higher education. He is a graduate of Cameron University, Oklahoma Missionary Baptist College, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, and The Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. His last degree earned was the Doctor of Ministry degree at Austin esbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas. In 1994, Martin was chosen as the president of Messenger College in Joplin, Missouri. He also...