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Missions Monday is designed to expose you to some awesome missions and evangelism stories, resources, and information in the shameless hope that you will be moved to get more involved in supporting and participating in missions and develop a greater burden for sharing the gospel with those around you.

DOOR_Kids-in-Nigeria-watch-GSL-evang-10-07-14-300x199Reaching the Deaf for Christ: At their training centers, DOOR staff teach national deaf believers and sign language translators how to lead Bible studies for the deaf, share the Gospel using evangelism DVDs, teach and disciple believers using Chronological Bible Storying, and form Deaf Believers’ Fellowships.

20834-113340_16x9__large169Henna: Drawing God’s Salvation Story on Hands Around the World– God has given me the art of henna to share His story that changes people’s lives. And through henna God has changed me. I now know He can use someone as ordinary as I am. As a result I have the confidence I need to tell others stories about God.


Missions Doesn’t Stop When a Group Has Been Reached– We have unintentionally created the erroneous perception that missions equals reaching the unreached. If one’s efforts consist of flipping on light switches and then hurrying to the next darkened room, that is not the Great Commission; it’s only half of what we have been commanded to do. Jesus said we are to teach them to observe all that he has commanded.

Marriage and Missions: How Singleness and Marriage Connect to the Great Commission

Passion for Ministry Embraced by Pastor– First Baptist is one of several churches in Texas’ Neches River Baptist Association who are participating in the International Mission Board’s Embrace initiative that connects stateside churches to specific unengaged, unreached people groups around the world.

6316219_48ac536d6a_mDo You Think Some People Are “Unsaveable”?– It’s unbiblical to look at what you have to work with and think, “I could see them becoming a Christian” or “There is no way they could become a Christian.” In both cases grace is neglected.


IMG_7956After This, American Bridal Showers Will Always Be Boring– It all started when Alyssa and I asked Lucy (our language helper) to teach us about ndoa -marriage-  in Tanzania. And out of that discussion, we learned about The Kitchen Party.