Lucas Englebert, born and raised in the Woodland Hills COGOP, is presently the first ever COGOP youth to ever be enrolled in the Birmingham Metro Master’s Commission program, hosted by Kingwood Assembly of God in Alabaster. The Master’s Commission is a Pentecostal, world-wide international discipleship and training program preparing young people for ministry, missions, and Christian leadership.
A partial scholarship was awarded to Lucas by Master’s Commission in honor of the late Mike Mojica, a groundbreaking Pentecostal minister and missionary. This scholarship will be offered every year by Birmingham Metro Master’s Commission to a young person from the Church of God of Prophecy in Alabama in honor of Pastor Mojica.
Lucas Englebert has been an excellent representative of Christ in Master’s Commission this past year, and is embarking on his second year beginning in September. Lucas is earning college credit from Ecclesia College while attending Master’s Commission, and can hopefully be instrumental in opening up the Master’s Commission program to more young people from the COGOP.
Mark Sims, director of the Birmingham MC program said,
“We are so proud of Lucas and of his contribution to Master’s Commission.
Lucas has leadership potential that must be tapped and brought out to be used
in the kingdom of God. Perhaps Lucas Englebert is part of the future of youth
discipleship in the COGOP.”
Master’s Commission will be glad to come to any Alabama church with Lucas and a team of on-fire youth to do ministry in any church. Also, college age youth who are interested in college AND discipleship training at the same time can contact BMMC at firstname.lastname@example.org.