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The Value of a Soul

The Value of a Soul

Matthew 16:26 is sometimes obscured by the epic texts that surround it. Matthew 16 contains Peter’s proclamation that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of the living God (v. 16). It contains Jesus’ promise to build His church and lay siege to hell (v. 18). It contains Jesus’ first prediction of His approaching passion (v….

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Why you should support fewer missionaries for more

Why you should support fewer missionaries for more

Some churches want to have a pin on every country of the missionary map in their church building. Is this a reasonable aspiration? Here are some thoughts on reducing the numbers of missionaries you support. To see the entire list of Senders Videos, please click here.

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From Crisis to Christ

From Crisis to Christ

From afar, many are observing the crisis in Venezuela. For its citizens, the crisis is now a matter of life and death. Shortages force people to search for medication, basic supplies, and food. While that search yields fulfillment of physical needs, the contentment is temporary. For many, the crisis has initiated a personal search to…

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Coronavirus Letter from Our Director

Coronavirus Letter from Our Director

Dear Friends of Biblical Ministries Worldwide, Thank you for your partnership in taking the message of the gospel around the world. It is our deepest desire to assist and enable you to send out missionaries. We know your passion is to see the Great Commission carried out among people you have never met, and yet…

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How can we nurture global-mindedness in our local churches?

How can we nurture global-mindedness in our local churches?

The default position is to primarily be concerned about our neighborhood, city and country but it takes effort to break beyond the boundaries of the USA to think internationally. Having a Great Commission outlook is one of the functions of a local church. To see the entire list of Senders Videos, please click here.

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Why in the World do They do it?

Why in the World do They do it?

I’ve often wondered what would motivate missionaries to transplant their families to dangerous and depressing places in order to establish a gospel beachhead. I marvel at their missionary moxie. They’re my heroes. Why do they do it? Doxology. In plain English, doxological ministry means that our primary goal in evangelism is the glory of God….

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Fostering the Harvest Session 9

Fostering the Harvest Session 9

Building bridges of loving and trusting friendship into the lives of unbelievers takes time, and God is the one who gives the increase. How can you patiently water the seeds by transitioning conversations, or by starting a Bible study? To view all of the available videos, go to the Fostering the Harvest video page. To…

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Fostering the Harvest Session 8

Fostering the Harvest Session 8

Now you have people that you know by name, and you have started praying for them, asking God to work in their lives. What next? Look for clever, creative ways to buy up opportunities by serving people and meaningfully touching their lives with no strings attached. How can you add planks to the bridge you…

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Fostering the Harvest Session 7

Fostering the Harvest Session 7

Each of us has a network of relationships. Each day we rub shoulders with all sorts of people – coworkers, store clerks, parents, office staff, salesmen, etc. We need to wake up to the enormous range of possibilities around us! Mixing it up with unbelievers begins with renewing and disciplining your mind to “think redemptively.”…

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Fostering the Harvest Session 6

Fostering the Harvest Session 6

We have a challenge. The harvest fields we’ve been discussing aren’t just a step away. Though an unbeliever’s property may border yours, they may be far away from a relational standpoint. How can we build bridges to cross that gulf so that we can reach the fields where we’ll sow the seed? To view all…

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