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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.
Keeping Things Simple– We are determined to keep things simple in the work the Lord has called us to do. We have learned so much over the years from the sincere, child-like faith of countless brothers and sisters in Asia. They have much they could teach us in the ‘sophisticated’ Church.
Are You Creating Backsliders or False Converts?– Out of 100 people who make a decision for Christ, the modern evangelical church is producing 80-90% backsliders. Why is this? It is because we’re not preaching the law. We are preaching comfort.
The Gospel in Columbia– The primary challenge is a “gospel” that is no gospel at all. So many who claim to be Christians are actually devoted to a moralistic, personal, prosperity-based religion that reduces Christianity to a transactional relationship with God where if I obey, he will give me what I want.
Two Letters to My Landlord– I moved into a little apartment this past year, and ever since I’ve been praying that my landlord would come to know Jesus.
The Opportunity of One Million Bibles for Argentina– In Bell Ville, Cordoba, a 10-year-old-girl, wrote to say that she is now reading the Bible from cover to cover. She also explained that her father was murdered and she shares a small room with her mother and many brothers. “Keep doing this precious work,” she said.
The Gospel in Guatemala– Prosperity theology, pastoral abuse, biblical illiteracy, and corrupted ministry practices are all too common. The truth is that Guatemala is not so much “Christian” as it is confused.