Training Asian to Reach The World


Everett and Evelyn McKinney have a great passion for God, ministry, and biblical education. Moreover, they are prayer warriors and have witnessed many miracles in their lives. Somewhere around 2000 my wife and I became acquainted with the McKinneys and immediately knew that this was a couple we needed to connect with often. Before Everett and Evelyn became missionaries with the Assemblies of God World Missions (AGWM) in 1969, Everett was a ministry team leader at Northwest University, Kirkland, WA, USA (1959-1962). From 1962-1963 and 1967-1968, they served as associate pastors in two different Assemblies of God churches in Washington State, USA. They also pastored Skokomish Indian Assembly of God from 1963-1965.

Their first assignment, as appointed missionaries on the Philippine Field, was at Immanuel Bible Institute (1969-1975) where Everett served as president, business manager, and faculty. Evelyn was the Academic Dean and a faculty member. From 1977 to 1984 Everett was the president of Far East Advanced School of Theology (FEAST and now Asia Pacific Theological Seminary – APTS) from 1977-1984; he also served as a faculty member at the institution. Evelyn was a faculty member and served as the Interim Academic Dean and Dean of Students for one year during their time at FEAST. Since 1987 to the present Everett and Evelyn have served as non-resident faculty at APTS.


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Dave Johnson


Dr. Weldyn B. Houger

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APTS Press

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March 21, 2019



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Christianity, Pentecostalism, India, Poverty, Poor, Missions, Pastoral Care, Theological Education, social issues, Biblical Response to Poverty