Meet New AGWM Executive Director Greg Mundis
Dr. Gregory M. Mundis was elected executive director of Assemblies of God World Missions on August 3, 2011, at the 54th General Council in Phoenix, Arizona. As AGWM executive director, he also is a member of the Executive Leadership Team and Executive Presbytery of the Assemblies of God.
Mundis and his wife, Sandie, have been missionaries since 1978. For 17 years they served in Austria, where they directed the nation’s Global University ministry; led outreaches to children, teens and adults; helped develop Christian radio and television; trained and mentored pastors; and assisted in church planting efforts.
They also helped plant Vienna Christian Center, an international church that has grown to approximately 2,000 people from many countries around the world. In 1991, they were appointed area directors for Central Europe.
Mundis was named regional director for Europe in 1998. At that time the AG in Europe numbered 440,365 believers attending 3,940 churches and preaching points across 37 countries. The Mundises partnered with national fellowships and believers in launching an initiative emphasizing cities, campuses and children. In 1999, Sandie founded Europe’s Children, a ministry to the region’s 80 million children, and served as its director for nearly a decade.
Today more than 1.85 million people worship weekly in 10,379 churches across the Europe region. The missionary team also has grown to 458 missionaries and associates.
As executive director, Mundis will provide leadership for 2,740 AG missionaries and associates serving in 248 countries and territories. He will also partner with the worldwide Assemblies of God, a fellowship of nearly 65 million believers and adherents who attend more than 350,000 churches.
Born in Youngstown, Ohio, Mundis accepted Christ at age 13 through a Billy Graham film and was baptized in the Holy Spirit three years later. He sensed God’s leading to full-time ministry while attending Youngstown State University. A graduate of Central Bible College and Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, Missouri, he holds a doctor of ministry degree from Gordon-Conwell Seminary in Hamilton, Massachusetts. The Mundises have two children and eight grandchildren.
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