Mike Slaughter

Mike Slaughter

Mike Slaughter is Chief Dreamer of Ginghamsburg Church where he has served for over thirty years. He is a catalyst for change in the worldwide church. Ginghamsburg has grown from just 90 people in worship to a thriving mission center where thousands of people serve Jesus. His dynamic teaching, heart for the lost and innovative approach to ministry has led Ginghamsburg Church to outgrow all paradigms for a church in a cornfield. Mike’s call to afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted will challenge attendees to wrestle with God and their God-destinies. He and his wife Carolyn live in Tipp City, Ohio. They enjoy spending time with their two grown children and three granddaughters. Mike is author of numerous books. 

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Resources

first - Program Kit

first - Program Kit

first - Youth Study Edition

first - Youth Study Edition

Money Matters Leaders Guide With DVD

Money Matters Leaders Guide With DVD

Real Followers

Real Followers

Articles

Dare to Dream!

By Mike Slaughter
Dare to Dream: Creating a God-Sized Mission Statement for Your Life by Mike Slaughter is a churchwide study, for more information and to read excerpts check out the bin! read more

Dare to Dream!

By Mike Slaughter
How many times have you heard yourself saying, “Someday I’m going to…”? Fill in the blank. Sound familiar? I believe that “someday” is the… read more

From Donation to Sacrifice

By Mike Slaughter
I believe that when we become Christian, there is one new birth but many conversions. I became a new person in Jesus in 1969, but I wasn’t converted in my wallet until 1976. … read more

Naming Our Idols

By Mike Slaughter
Chances are when you hear the word idol, the first thing that comes to mind is Ryan Seacrest, or possibly a shiny gold statue of a calf. Idolatry isn’t a new problem, but it … read more

Christmas is Not Your Birthday

By Mike Slaughter
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Good News for All

By Mike Slaughter
Some of us in many traditions too often see evangelism as simply introducing people to Jesus only as a means to get to heaven. It neglects discipleship as well as the broader… read more
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