Mike MacIntosh

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Mike MacIntosh (born 1944) was the senior pastor of Horizon Christian Fellowship in San Diego, California, and is a Protestant leader in the United States.

MacIntosh left the hippie scene of the 1960s and got involved with Calvary Chapel after his conversion under the ministry of evangelist Lonnie Frisbee.[1] He then went on to pastor Horizon Christian Fellowship, a Calvary Chapel affiliate, beginning in 1974.[2] He is also the organizer of Festival of Life, an international evangelical outreach program.[3]

MacIntosh has also served as a chaplain for the San Diego Police Department,[4] and has been involved in post-9/11 rescue efforts in New York City, as documented in his book When Your World Falls Apart.


  • Falling in Love With the Bible [1]
  • Falling in Love With Prayer [2]
  • When Your World Falls Apart [3]
  • The Tender Touch of God [4]
  • Living in the Days of Revelation
  • Finding God
  • For the Love of Mike (biography by Sherwood Eliot Wirt) [5]


  1. ^ Frisbee, Lonnie; Sachs, Roger (2012). Not By Might Nor By Power. Santa Maria, CA: Freedom Publications. pp. 132–134. ISBN 0978543319. 
  2. ^ "Horizon History". Horizon Christian Fellowship. Retrieved May 22, 2018. 
  3. ^ Or, Eunice K. (July 20, 2004). "Festival of Life Brings Mission Revival to Poland". Christian Today. Retrieved May 22, 2009. 
  4. ^ LePage, Andrew (March 21, 1989). "Police Kill Gunman, 80, in Wheelchair". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved May 22, 2009. 

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