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.
IMB Workers in France: Terrorism Will Deepen the Divide Between Secular Culture and Religion– “Right now, we are praying that the people of France will turn toward God and not away from Him.”
The Gospel in Puerto Rico– Puerto Rico is completely Christianized….However, in recent years the false teachings of the “word of faith” movement and prosperity theology have dominated the island in such a way that they now comprise the standard theology of most evangelicals.
FREE Cross Conference Simulcast– Join us for FREE at live.CROSSforthenations.org on February 27th for a special simulcast event as we consider why we are undaunted by the darkness—near and far—given the certain victory we have in King Jesus.
Missions: Why We Go– Not everyone gets a chance to go back years later and see the fruit of their labor. But I did.
Mission in an Age of Violence– The wise Kingdom steward understands both God’s world and God’s Word. So, how does the New Testament teach us to be on mission in a context of violence?
Revelation 5 and Motivation for Missions– I wanted to avoid the typical “go do evangelism sermon”. And so I preached on a text that has always encouraged me to engage in missions; namely, Revelation 5.