We live in a desperate day, and our world has desperate needs. There is a great need for God’s people to be revived from their state of apathy and coldness. There is an even greater need for lost souls to come to redemption through Christ. It is our desire to assist you, the local church pastor, in meeting these overwhelming needs. We realize that the task is great and cannot be accomplished without the strength and power of the Holy Spirit. We praise the Lord that He has chosen to use sinful people like us to accomplish His sanctified purposes. What a joy it would be for us as a team to be used by Him in your local church ministry. Our desire is simply to be your servants. We would count it both a tremendous privilege and a great responsibility to come and be co-laborers with you. May God richly bless you as you “press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.”
In His Service,
For sixteen years, Mark Herbster has been a full-time evangelist, preaching all over the world in evangelistic and revival meetings, youth camps, and conferences. He is the leader of the Herbster Evangelistic Team, which partners with local churches in the work of the gospel for the glory of God. He has served alongside hundreds of pastors around the world, seeking to encourage them and enhance their ministries.
To prepare for this work, Mark earned a B.A. in Bible from Bob Jones University and an M. Div. from Heart of America Theological Seminary. He is currently finishing his D. Min. at Central Baptist Seminary.
Mark married his wife Amy in 1997, and they have four daughters: Megan, Madison, Morgan and Meredith. Both Mark and Amy have gained valuable experience serving in their local church, traveling in itinerate ministry, and serving at The Wilds Christian Camp. Along with their evangelistic efforts, their music recordings have blessed people worldwide.
Mark’s life verse is Psalm 84:11: “For the LORD God is a sun and shield: the LORD will give grace and glory: no good thing will he withhold from them that walk uprightly.”