Mark & Amy Flattery - Network 211
Dr. Mark Flattery serves as the Network211 President. Network211 uses 21st-century tools to communicate the 1st century Gospel. The vision is to reach 100 million people worldwide with the Good News, provide an online church, empower local churches to use the Internet and help believers share life.
You can learn more about the ministry at Network211.
Please visit https://journeyonline.org and www.WhoJesusIs.com to view our evangelism and discipleship online interactive communities in English.
Network211 has launched an online resource to the military community called "The Warrior's Journey" (TWJ). You can view it at www.TWJ.org. This is designed to help warriors and their families to find wholeness as they discover their journey with God.
Mark is a third-generation AG missionary. As an MK, he lived in Brussels, Belgium as his parents, George and Esther Flattery, led ICI University. In 1991 he started his missionary service in Tanzania, East Africa. He was then based in Australia for nine years while serving Australasia as the ICI University Regional Director and the last four years as the AGWM Pacific Oceania Area Director. He has served with Network211 since 2007.
Prior to being a missionary, Mark served as a Youth Pastor in Ft Worth, TX, as an Associate Pastor in Seattle, WA, and as a Home Missions Pastor in Bellevue, WA. He is a graduate of Northwest College, has a Masters of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Fuller Theological Seminary.
Amy Flattery is credentialed with the Northwest Ministry Network. She is the Director for the Center for Holy Lands Studies (www.theCHLS.org). She lived in Israel and studied, "Second Temple Period Judaism and the Origins of Christianity." Amy and Mark have six children.
Mark wrote, "Stand Firm: What to Do When Life Knocks You Down" that is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle at https://www.amazon.com/Stand-Firm-What-When-Knocks-ebook/dp/B08965GYGT/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1595605826&sr=8-1