Andy & Tammy Fleming
Andy and Tammy Fleming have served as full-time Evangelist and Women’s Minister for over thirty years in the International Churches of Christ (ICOC). Andy is a Canadian and Tammy an American, who met in the Boston church of Christ in 1985, and later married on the Stockholm mission planting in early 1987. Career missionaries, they have invested their lives in the churches in Scandinavia, the UK, Los Angeles, and the former Soviet Union. From 1991-1999 they lived in Moscow, Russia, during which time they oversaw the planting of 24 new congregations, the largest of which are currently Moscow and Kiev, each with over 1000 members. They have also worked with the ICOC’s administration, have overseen mission efforts in the Middle East, and currently serve on the ICOC Teachers’ Service Team and Catalyst Team. They are fluent in several languages and are published authors. Their daughter, Britain, (30) and her husband Max lead the campus ministry in Kiev, Ukraine, and their son Justin (21) is a disciple in in Seattle, Washington, USA. Andy is pursuing a Doctor of Ministry degree in Missional Leadership from Abilene Christian University (Texas) and Tammy is a certified Advanced Grief Recovery Method® Specialist. From their home in Kiev, they work in cooperation with the Greater Eurasian Mission Society and Eurasian churches’ leadership to strengthen the disciples in the churches they helped to plant and encourage them to remain true to the faith. (Acts 14:21-22)
In Remembrance of Me—Enriching Our Understanding of the Lord's Supper (Second Edition).
What is the significance of the Lord's Supper for Christians today?
In this scholarly yet practical work, Andrew Fleming examines
About the Author: Andrew C. Fleming has served as a missionary in settings as diverse as Papua New Guinea; Stockholm, Sweden; and Birmingham, England, as well as in Los Angeles, California. In 1991, Andy and his wife, Tammy, led a radical team of Christians to begin a church in Moscow, Russia. God worked powerfully through this couple as they taught and trained Russian converts for eight years, leaving some 10,000 Christians in every republic of the former Soviet Union. They continue in full-time mission work as well as teaching and training of church leaders.
I’m so glad your your collection of quiet times have been published as they have had a life changing impact on me. Through them I saw the beauty and purity of having an honest and humble daily walk with God. Thank you Tammy.