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.
“Risk is Right,” Says Ebola Survivor and Missionary, Nancy Writebol– We went to Liberia not knowing that we were going to be working with Ebola. But we went, first of all, because of our love for Christ and then, second of all, because of our love for the world and others.
A Legacy 25 Years in the Making– Teaching is a wonderful way to touch many lives — perhaps countless more than we could ever even begin to imagine. And for Dave Schutt, it’s been a legacy 25 years in the making.
Brighter Hopes for Cambodia– The fields of Cambodia, once “killing fields,” have given way to fields ready for sowing seeds of the gospel.
How Do I Get Our Church to Focus on Evangelism Rather Than Entertainment?– Missionary and church planter David Cloud (together with his wife Linda) have got a FREE ebook called Ideas for Evangelism that is a fruit of collective effort gleaned from many sources as well as from their more than 40 years missionary experiences.
Waskia Bible Dedication– The air was filled with excitment as the Waskia people gathered to celebrate the arrival of the revised Scriptures in their own language. The event included singing, dancing, and gift-giving. One of the speakers, Andrew Kwimberi, reminded the people that this was not just another book, but a book that could change their lives and their nation. He encouraged them to drink in its sweetness, to read it every day, and to apply in a practical context.
Evangelism Is Fueled by Knowing God Is at Work– If you are discouraged, and even weary in the work of evangelism, then consider this true story. And then, remember this: God uses the faithfulness of his people to glorify his name.