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Spiritual Grandfathering

Spiritual Grandfathering

As I walked through the busy streets of a densely populated Asian city, my mobile phone dinged, announcing a new text message. It read, “Good morning, Pastor, in this morning, I tried to lead my son to accept Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour, but I failed…” One week before, the gentleman who sent this…

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7-7: Catch the Vision

7-7: Catch the Vision

Utah is one of the least reached areas with the gospel within the United States. Almost 70% of the population is part of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon Church), and only around 5% would claim to be born-again Christians. 7-7 is a way for you to bring a team of 7 people for 7 days to see this mission field for yourself.

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Raising Up Missionaries — Part 3

Raising Up Missionaries — Part 3

There is a current concern in evangelical churches about where the next generation of missionaries will come from with the demise of so many of our recruiting grounds. This is the third part in a series addressing that very topic. The Great Commission is monumental. It is a monumental in its calling, in its equipping,…

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An Unreached People Group Within Reach

An Unreached People Group Within Reach

Are you interested in a unique ministry opportunity? Do you seek to take the gospel to an unreached people group? This video reveals a unique opportunity to reach a special group of people who are basically unreached with the gospel; . . . and it’s closer than you realize.

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Divine Appointment in Disguise

Divine Appointment in Disguise

It was 1981. Bob and Cecilia’s hearts sank. The door was firmly and finally closed. No way would the remote interior tribe allow foreigners to live in their village. Fast-forward thirty years. Their chief, Antimu, lands himself in prison—for murder. A week later the fierce warrior leader is surprised to be visited by a white…

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Raising Up Missionaries — Part 2

Raising Up Missionaries — Part 2

There is a current concern in evangelical churches about where the next generation of missionaries will come from with the demise of so many of our recruiting grounds. This is the second part in a series addressing that very topic. As a missionary, I am a frequent recipient of the lament about the crisis of…

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When Oops! is Part of God’s Plan

When Oops! is Part of God’s Plan

The sound of a low steam whistle came from the street. I jumped up from my chair, knowing what that sound meant–snack time! I ran out and hailed the man on his blue motorbike, the back outfitted with a gas burner used to make steam. The steam comes up through a board with holes drilled…

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Raising Up Missionaries: A New Approach — Part 1

Raising Up Missionaries: A New Approach — Part 1

This is the first of a four part series on raising up missionaries within the local church. The Great Commission is monumental. It is a monumental in its calling, in its equipping, and in its function. Yet, we are in grave danger of converting the Great Commission into the Great Omission and so this article…

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Seeing God’s Hand in a Taxi Cab

Seeing God’s Hand in a Taxi Cab

“No $500 bills,” the bearded taxi driver grunted in Cantonese. “You must have change.” A friend and I had just climbed into the taxi on the way to teach a Bible class. The taxi driver had no interest in conversing with us so my friend and I chatted in the back seat. Two days later,…

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A Sending Church or a Supporting Church?  YES!!

A Sending Church or a Supporting Church? YES!!

I recently met with a group of pastors to ask them one question: “What do you think is the reason why so few churches (perhaps one in twenty) are senders who send out one of their own as a missionary despite the clear teaching of Acts 13″? Their answers are instructive to all of us…

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