Pastor Gene Gregory
At Mission Possible Camp, we have three things we ask the young people at the beginning of each week. We ask them:
MPC Cadets, who are you? To this they answer, “I am a child of God. Created in His image. I am an Ambassador of Jesus Christ. I am my Savior’s servant and my brother’s keeper.”
MPC Cadets, what is your goal? “My goal is to love the Lord my God with all my heart, with all my soul and with all my might. I will love my neighbor as myself.”
MPC Cadets, what is your mission? “My mission is to make disciples of all nations.”
It a nutshell, that’s how I see myself. I am a child of God, created in His image. I am an ambassador of Jesus Christ. I am my Savior’s servant and my brother’s keeper. It is my goal to love the Lord my God with all my heart, with all my soul and with all my might. I want to love my neighbor as myself. It is my mission to make disciples of all nations, or as another has said, I want to go to heaven and take as many people with me as I can.
I am also blessed to be the husband of Gladys Gregory, and the Dad of Andrew Gregory.
I began this journey in Jacksonville, Florida, where I was born, but have lived in Enterprise, FL most of my life. I graduated from DeLand High School, Seminole Community College (now Seminole State College), Northeast Louisiana University (now the University of Louisiana at Monroe), and Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary. I have also attended Reformed Theological Seminary in Oviedo, FL.
In pursuit of the mission of making disciples of all nations, the Lord has had me serve as a youth pastor in Cherry Valley Arkansas, and as a pastor in Ridgely, TN and Locke Station, MS. He currently has me serving as the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Lake Monroe and River of Life Church in Enterprise, FL.
I am also currently an on-call chaplain with Fish Memorial Hospital in Orange City, and as a Law Enforcement Chaplain with the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office.