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.
Why You Should Consider Canceling Your Short-Term Mission Trip– Short-term missions is fraught with problems, and many wish such trips did not exist, at least in the common form today.
Bible Storying Brings the Gospel to South Asian Hindu Women– Twenty women came to hear the young storytellers. Before meeting Karan and Gera, none of the women — all from a Hindu background — had ever heard about Jesus. In just a few months, 11 women at the sewing shop turned from Hinduism and believed in Jesus.
Does Calvinism Discourage Evangelism?– Whether we look to Scripture or church history, we quickly learn that a belief in God’s sovereign election — properly understood — is no deterrent to a passionate witness. In reality, it has the opposite effect. A right understanding actually motivates the missionary spirit.
Promise– The Great Commission is not just a command, it’s a promise.
Churches Give Hands-On Support for Missions Media– Missions sometimes has been a little too wide and not deep enough, and many churches want to be deeper in their mission involvement.
The Gospel Near the Top of the World– Pradhan was imprisoned 14 times in Nepal between 1960 and 1975 for openly baptizing Hindu converts. While in jail he preached Christ to his cellmates and jailors, and saw dozens come to faith. He never wavered in his call to evangelism.
Scotland’s Protestant Martyrs: David Stratoun– Many followed his lead in rejecting the false doctrine of the medieval Church and embracing the gospel, spurred on in part—no doubt—by David’s own willingness to die in defense of the truth.