Michael Babienco

Short-term missionary for 2018-2019, serving the Pnong people of Cambodia.

Michael Babienco was born and raised near Dayton, Ohio. He spent the last eight years living in Collegedale, Tennessee while attending and working at Southern Adventist University. After wrestling with the idea of being a missionary for an extended period of time, he finally took the leap and is now going to work for AFM as a computer teacher and web developer at the Adventist primary school in Cambodia. Michael hopes to show others how awesome and loving God is, serve others as much as possible in whatever ways he can, and encourage others to serve God while using whatever skills and talents He has provided them.

Frontier Stories

Newly-Equipped Christian Soldiers

We invite you to prayerfully consider God’s call on your life. Next year could be the best year of your life, learning to trust the Savior fully while serving as a Christian soldier.

By: Michael Babienco
September 01 2021, 11:37 am | Comments 0

Together

If the picture of heaven is to be complete, someone must do something now. The gift of the gospel that you have is precious; you cannot simply stand by and wait for someone else to share it for you. Will you join us in helping to make the dream of reaching every people group a reality today?

By: Michael Babienco
August 10 2021, 2:04 pm | Comments 0

One

Will you join them? Will you be a missionary? You may be only one person, but through God, one person can save a city from eternal destruction; one person can save a people group from extinction; one person can be an incredible witness to many nations; and one person can tell the whole world of the marvelous works they have seen God perform.

By: Michael Babienco
May 11 2021, 9:51 am | Comments 0

And the Fear was Gone

God is willing and able to take away your fears, too. Will you let Him?

By: Michael Babienco
February 25 2020, 2:56 pm | Comments 0

Cutie and God’s Reminder

If God can take care of returning a lost little beagle, how much more can He take care of your needs and make up for your lack of knowledge or skills? He is in control. Will you choose to rely on Him today?

By: Michael Babienco
March 01 2019, 9:28 am | Comments 0

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