Mi-Link was founded by Pastor Geoff Holland, from Victoria, in 1988. Geoff’s vision was to “link people and projects in the developing world with organisations and partners in the developed world.”
During 1985, Geoff Holland traveled through India and made contact with key personnel in Christian communities in Rajahmundry and Hyderabad. In 1986, he was given a clear vision to equip and empower pastors in developing countries to be able to demonstrate the kingdom of God in their local community. To achieve this goal, in 1988 Geoff and his wife Lorraine started Missions Link International, now known as Mi-Link.
Pastor Geoff Holland, founder of Mi-Link
At the time, many churches were not actively involved with missions work in the developing world, and consequently Geoff was able to obtain support for pastor’s conferences, schools of ministries and the establishment of orphanages and schools in Pakistan, India, Indonesia and Africa.
Often travelling with his wife Lorraine, Geoff preached and ministered in over 20 countries, from North America and Europe, to the vast nations of Africa and Asia.
In March 2002, Geoff Holland passed from this life to be with the Lord. The continued work of Missions Link International is now overseen by the board of leadership of Mi-Link.