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A leader in children's and youth ministry for nearly 60 years, Awana is a global resource for churches and parents, equipping them with an integrated program, training and resources to build spiritual and moral character into young people ages 2 to 18. Ov
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Mike Broyles (L) and Brian Berman (R) with
In July 2013, as part of Project Mañana's effort to assist William in the expansion of the prison project, Project Mañana hosted a week-long chaplain training by Mike Broyles (Executive Director of Awana Lifeline); who introduced a second curriculum called Malachi Dads; which seeks to reform inmates by teaching the importance of family values.
Dr. Mike Broyles, Executive ...
Dr. Mike Broyles, Executive Director, Awana Lifeline
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Mike Broyles, Chairman
has teamed up with World Impact as a Prison Liaison with The Urban Ministry Institute
Along with various leadership tasks with TUMI Mike will be interfacing with Prison Fellowship, the Awana
Prison Program and other prison ministries and prison officials on behalf of World Impact.
For the past twenty years, he has served Grace Baptist Church in Santa Clarita, California, as Executive Pastor, Christian Education Pastor and Family Life Pastor.
Grace is blessed with about 1100 children (sixth grade and under) who are involved in Saturday and Sunday school classes.
The church also ministers to approximately 800 children in Awana clubs each week.
wife, have been married 40 years and have two sons and daughters-in-law with 5 grandchildren.
Executive Director of Awana Lifeline
After 40 years as a church pastor and seven years in prison ministry, Mike Broyles has joined Awana as executive director of Awana Lifeline™.
This new role enables Mike
to continue his
vision for fathers inside and outside of prison, only on a much larger scale.
"I want to train fathers in the church," Mike
says, "while involving them in the lives of inmates and inmates' children around the world."
In 2006, while serving as a family life pastor, Mike
devised a unique idea for training fathers in his
recruited 20 men to assist him in mentoring prisoners at Los Angeles County Jails.
L.A. County is the largest prison system in the world.
and the men taught the inmates how to live up to their biblical responsibilities as fathers using Malachi Dads, a prison program of Awana
believes strongly in Awana
Lifeline's vision that every child would have a godly father who is building a legacy of faith in Christ.
looks forward to continuing Lifeline's nine-year-long mission as a fathering ministry - inspiring and equipping men, families, churches and communities to develop godly dads.
"Mike is a visionary leader committed to the Lord's work," Awana President/CEO Jack Eggar says.
has a heart and passion for children, fatherhood and prison ministry.
I believe Mike will lead Awana Lifeline to influence more men in the church and in prison than ever to be the fathers that their children urgently need."
Equipping inmates to disciple their children
Mike partnered with Awana Lifeline for several years while serving as a pastor for Grace Baptist Church in Santa Clarita, California.
His primary involvement was leading the Malachi Dads program at Pitchess, one of the prison facilities in L.A. County Jails.
In 2011 and 2012, Mike served as director of prison ministries for World Impact.
Using Malachi Dads, Mike
has seen more than 1,000 men trust Christ for salvation in L.A. County Jails.
also helped run five Returning Hearts Celebration events at L.A. County Jail and at Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola.
assumes leadership for a ministry that has quickly grown across North America since launching in 2004.
Lifeline is about bringing hope, joy and forgiveness to inmates and their families and men in churches and their families all across America," Mike
"It's about breaking the cycle of crime and the cycle of sin from generation to generation.
We're about seeing men in prisons and men in churches become the light of the world."
How to contact Mike Broyles
Home - World Impact
Mike plays basketball with Glen every Sunday as a part of our weekly basketball outreach and he is also very involved in other areas of our ministry, learning much about ministry through Glen's discipleship and modeling.
He came in and asked if he could ask me a question and sat down at the chair in front of my desk.
desire to do something to help our fifth grade graduating class at Frederick Douglass Christian School
and wanted to know if he
could put together a basketball fundraiser to help raise funds to cover the cost of their graduation later this year.
explained further that he
could charge only $5 per person and invite the fifth grade students along with their fathers to come and play basketball with them.
Please continue to pray for more leaders like Mike
to be empowered for the Lord.
It is thus that a couple of weeks ago, Mike Broyles, World Impact's Director of the Los Angeles County Jail Ministry, was able to return to Angola and speak to the prisoners who started this whole movement.
told them how their godly example of changed lives has reached all the way from Louisiana to Southern California jails.