About Milk and Honey Ministries
Robert Lindsted, Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, taught for nine years in the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering at Wichita State University. As an engineering consultant, he worked with over 100 companies on various products. Since leaving the University in 1979, Rob has been devoted full time to the Lord’s work. He has spoken at Bible Conferences, Prophecy Conferences and Youth Camps in over 35 states, Canada, Burma, China, Scotland, Jamaica & the Bahamas. He especially enjoys working with young people and is currently the Superintendent of Sunrise Christian Academy. The Academy now enrolls over 850 students from Pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade, and includes a Childcare Facility for ages 1-4. The Senior Trip at Sunrise is a trip to Israel, a country which he has visited over 60 times. Rob is actively involved in the local assembly in Wichita and still travels to speak at Bibles conferences several times a year.
In 1985, Rob’s first book, The Next Move, was published. Other books by Dr. Lindsted include: The Certainty of Bible Prophecy, Travel Guide to Israel, Can You Really Know Your Future? and The Power of the Cross.
In 1993, Milk & Honey Ministries expanded its ministry by taking the Word of God into Communist China. In March of that year, a small group, including Dr. Lindsted, hand carried 770 lbs. of literature into China. The work eventually expanded to include Emmaus Bible Courses, which was a great way to disciple the new believers.
In recent years, the ministry has taken another step by helping to start International Christian Schools. These schools use the Bible as their main textbook, and are an excellent way to spread the Gospel. One of the schools is run by Rob’s daughter Pam and her husband Zama in the military dictatorship of Burma (now called Myanmar). The school has grown to over 200 students. Most are from Buddhist families. We truly believe that these kids will eventually win Burma for Christ! Several new schools were opened recently in Haiti! Milk & Honey Ministries is currently involved with the countries of Romania, China, Myanmar (Burma), Cambodia, Haiti, Israel, Niger and Brazil.