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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.
Prayer Leads IMB Workers to Unreached People Group Living Next Door– The journey to reach this unreached people group began five years ago with a simple prayer — two mothers asking God where He wanted to use their families.
Is Your Marriage a Picture of the Gospel?– But when they see in us a mutual delight, a gentle and easy trust in one another, they can’t help but ask, “What’s your secret?” And we can tell them that it’s no secret at all. It’s Jesus.
An Unintentded Consequence of the Missional Movement– Is it possible for the Church to be so sent that it is never gathered?
Roll Over My Body– More than 200 million Christians in over 60 nations face persecution each day. Sixty per cent of these are children.
Hope for the Rawa Community– Having Scripture in the Rawa language has brought evident changes in the community. Don says, “People are having a spiritual life change…Families often read Scripture and pray together. Their Bibles and song books are well-worn from use.”
The 2014 Dominican Republic International Scripture Blitz– So there in that parking lot, Dr. Thomas opened a New Testament and shared the message of the Gospel with Claudio. And with his permission, they led him in a prayer as he asked Jesus to enter his life as his personal Lord and Savior.
Here’s what some friends of mine are doing to share the gospel in their neighborhood. Maybe you’d like to give it a try?
“We’re stepping out in obedience and we’re inviting our neighbors into our home! We haven’t done a very good job of getting to know our “own Jerusalem”, so I’m putting away my fear of having a tidy home, Q’s going to do the studying and leading, and I’m going to learn how to be a hostess – all in hopes that we can be light in a dark and dying world.
We’ll be passing out flyers in the next day or two. Would you pray for a positive response, that people will feel comfortable to come, and that we’ll be able to love those around us with the Gospel of Jesus?”