Weep Over the Greatness of the Gospel

Those of you who know me know that I am an unabashed, constant propagandist for missionary biographies. There is such wonder and glory wrapped up in the stories of simple faithfulness, even through tragedy and heartbreaking loss.  When faithful believers in obedience to Christ tell others of the wonder of the Savior and trust God to work, … More Weep Over the Greatness of the Gospel

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Things We Do that Prevent People from Hearing the Gospel

Wednesday is for Prayer and Reflection I ran across a brilliant article from an Jamie Dunlop, associate of Mark Dever and Capital Hill Baptist Church. Jamie and Mark have recently co-authored a book, The Compelling Community: Where God’s Power Makes a Church Attractive. The  article was titled, “3 Ways We Prevent the Gospel from Making Our Churches … More Things We Do that Prevent People from Hearing the Gospel

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Untold Stories of Missions and Gospel Power

Weekend Musings It is important to remember the lessons of the past. All mission activity has not always been successful or benign. Sometimes, Western arrogance has accompanied our attempts to take the gospel to the world and sometimes, God, in His sovereignty, still works miracles. The following historical account is from Kairos Journal. Zulu Work … More Untold Stories of Missions and Gospel Power

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Bibles for the World

Thursday is for Mission Recently, I had the honor and privilege of lending my voice to the ministry of VVMI (Vernacular Video Ministry International). Here’s the result. Pray for the translation and distribution of God’s word. Everywhere it goes, lives change for the better, destinies change for eternity. Fun fact: Opening shot on the video and … More Bibles for the World

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William Carey’s Parting Story to His Church

Wednesday is for Prayer Understanding the plight, the desperation, the urgency of the need for gospel proclamation to the unevangelized peoples of the earth is one of the greatest needs of every believer in every age.  Here’s how the “father of modern missions” sought to develop such a vision in the believers of his generation. … More William Carey’s Parting Story to His Church

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What Kind of People Take Over the World?

Thursday is for Discipleship Henry Oursler, a friend and former classmate, who started the ministry Bringing Truth to Life and has been involved in church planting internationally through the Grace Global Network, posted the following on Facebook™: Thinking today about five serious questions: What kind of people does it take to change the world?  What … More What Kind of People Take Over the World?

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