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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.

BN-GE705_1229SK_J_20141229074824Korean Family on AirAsia Jet Found Their Calling as Christian Missionaries– Mr. Park was a missionary from his home church, Yeosu First Presbyterian Church, based in this fishing town of about 300,000 people at the southern coast of the Korean peninsula. Ms. Lee was a missionary sent by her church in Seoul.

Practical Ways to Pray for Missionaries– Pray for flexibility and grace. Pray for joyful endurance. Pray for unflagging confidence in God’s call.

PassportSizedYou (Yes, You!) Should Consider Global Missions– Thinking of missionary service? Maybe you should. It’s not as farfetched as you think. So, you have a spouse and kids? Moving to the other side of the globe is a not a manned-mission to Mars. People still breathe oxygen in Mongolia, Mozambique and Malaysia – and actually everywhere in between.

What is Salvation?

7-reasons-331x2217 Reasons Your Students Aren’t Sharing Their Faith– Instead of just, “Hey kids bring your friends out and watch me throw the touchdown throw of salvation in their lives,” we must equip them to bring the “J” word up with their own peers.



8 Ways to Make a Difference With Social Media– Social media is an important part of peoples’ lives today. You can add value and a mission perspective to those around you simply by choosing a few things each day to highlight and post. Consider it a “tithe” of your posts and look for intentional things to share, to be a voice for those who have no voice.

full_our-obligation-to-the-unreachedOur Obligation to the Unreached– This is what I’m praying might become a reality in our hearts: that you and I might realize that we must do everything we can to get the gospel to people who’ve never heard it. That we would realize that our ownership of the gospel creates an obligation with the gospel.