Mark Anderson

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Mark Anderson has been involved in Christ's mission for more than 40 years. He is currently a leader in Youth With a Mission in Kansas City, and President of Call2All, a global Great Commission movement with more than 50K leaders involved.

Mark is passionate about evangelism and has conducted evangelistic initiatives in more than 3000 cities globally. He is also President of the Global Pastor's Network, which has the goal of planting 5 million churches and reaching 1 billion souls with the good news of Jesus. When he's not roaming the globe, he is at home with his wife Karen, connecting with his 6 children, or entertaining his 17 grandchildren.

Mark was a Plenary Speaker at Missions Fest Vancouver 2019.

Written by Mark Anderson

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