Rob Mckay


Rob is currently the leader for the Assemblies of God World Missions team in the country of Georgia, as well as Armenia. The team works mainly with the national Pentecostal church in Georgia and their goal is to reach the unreached through church planting and strengthening the 130 existing churches in the area. The team also serves as a center for Christian education for the southern part of this region within the former Soviet Union.

First Mission

His first mission trip was in 1992 to the country of Romania. During that time there was a great move of God happening, and Rob and his team were seeing 3-4 churches planted every week, with many hundreds of people coming to Christ and experiencing the miraculous power of God in their lives.

Becoming a Missionary

Rob’s call to missions was a process that began while he was a pastor in Eagan and teaching at North Central University. During the summer months each year from 1992-1994, he traveled to Romania and Russia to spend that time evangelizing, church planting, and teaching—it was during those 3 summers that he witnessed hundreds of healings and saw thousands of people come to Christ, in addition to seeing many new churches started in these countries. Rob saw the great need for workers in the harvest field, and in 1997, he became a missionary to Tbilisi, Georgia.


AGWM missionary to Georgia in the former Soviet Union