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Gregg’s Testimony

    I was led to the Lord by Pastor Conner at the age of 13 in Phoenix, AZ. I went back to Michigan to live, but did not start attending a Baptist church until I was 19 years old. It was there at People’s Baptist Church that I heard good old-fashioned preaching for the first time. I was baptized, started soul-winning, and very quickly began working on a bus route. I was soon made bus captain at age 20.

    I began reading my Bible for about an hour every night and praying that God would help me to do right and show me His will. I surrendered to preach and began preaching at the Saginaw Rescue Mission. I had just graduated with a four-year degree in computer science but tossed that aside to serve God. The next semester I enrolled at Hyles-Anderson College just after turning 21.

    At college, God strengthened my faith through many trials. There I surrendered to go to Rwanda after much prayer and graduated in 1998. Angela and I were married a year later on Oct 9, 1999. We now have five children: Caleb, Hannah, Timothy, Virginia, and Micah.

Angela’s Testimony

    I was born in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. We moved to Indiana in 1980 and attended Grace Baptist Church in South Bend, Indiana. While living there I attended a Vacation Bible School and received Christ as my Saviour at the age of five. I was baptized soon there after. We then moved to Merrillville, Indiana. I attended Hammond Baptist Schools, then Hyles-Anderson College and graduated in 1998. I have attended First Baptist Church for 20 years of my life.


First Baptist Church of Hammond In Indiana
Five Twenty-Three Sibley Street

February 1, 2000


 I am pleased to recommend Gregory Schoof to the fundamental brethren. He is a fine young man, a graduate of Hyles-Anderson College with character that is impeccable, zeal that is productive, sincerity that is obvious and compassion that is felt.

 Our Brother Schoof feels called of God to give his life to the foreign field. I rejoice in this. I think he will be a splendid missionary and will be used of God to do a great work. I believe that any help given to him will be given as unto the Lord.


Jack Hyles

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