Tag Archives: Donna Thomas

Donna Thomas: On Faith Stewart, Facing Fears, and Sharing Faith


Photo: Donna Thomas

By Carl Stagner

Can you imagine taking Bibles into mainland China? Or negotiating the planting of Christian churches there? Can you imagine being met with fixed bayonets and machine guns upon arrival in Guatemala? Can you picture speaking to the inmates at a Latvian penitentiary? Or the prime minister of Guyana asking for your help? Donna Thomas can answer each with a yes, having stepped foot in eighty countries. She has led a fascinating life, marked by both challenges and triumphs. It all began when she followed the Lord’s call to missions after a hearing a sermon delivered by E. Faith Stewart. Since then, Donna Thomas has followed the Lord wherever and whenever he has said, “Go.” Continue reading

Tell Your Story! Neville Tan Shares Experiences of Global Evangelism, Discipleship


By Donna Thomas

Imagine a gathering of the Church of God from around the world. Imagine sitting before Neville, Tan, a special man of God from Singapore. Imagine the joy of hearing his story of once a prisoner in solitary confinement. He uses his experience as to how the Lord came to him, brought him to God, and chose him to change the prison filled with sworn enemies into a chapel of faith and reconciliation. Continue reading

MACU to Award Rev. Donna Thomas Honorary Doctor of Divinity


Rev. Donna S. Thomas, Christian minister, author, and missionary, will be granted an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree by Mid-America Christian University (MACU) at Commencement Exercises, May 5, 2012, on the main campus in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Continue reading