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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.


guest-post-1Cross-Cultural Evangelism– Sometimes our perceptions, like Peter’s, need to change. We lack faith that God can move among certain types of people or those in circumstances different than ours. Or we believe he can’t use us. But God is never limited in these ways.


22461-12046310 Ways You Can Help with the Syrian Refugee Crisis– Humble yourself before God, who alone is able to bring peace and healing to broken Syrian lives. Ask God to move in a powerful way among Syrians. Ask him to guide you to the ways he wants you to help.


16gospel_600_350_184_90What Africa Needs More than Food Aid Or Democracy– Africa needs the gospel more than it needs food aid. We need the gospel more than we need democracy. The prosperity we need the most is not offered by the American dream.


Tears of the Saints


shutterstock_90779018-1024x683How Can I Get Better at Evangelism?– When I think through evangelism and the privileged responsibility to boast in Christ, there are two primary areas that I have had success focusing on: savoring Christ and slaying self.


woodstockga_05090jv0370-rva_india_16x9-2__large169Georgia Church Parners with South Asia, Adapts Discipleship Model– “We wanted to identify an area where we could work and figure out what we could actually do that would add benefit to the work,” Cooper said. “We didn’t want to just send volunteers so we could feel good about ourselves, get a T-shirt or put a dot on the map.”


2011025krg2057-16x9__large169Millenials in Madagascar Trust God Despite Difficulties– “It’s surprising that there’s lots of families with young children,” Nickolee Roberts, missionary and mother of two from Meridian, Mississippi, said. “There is no good education system, no good medical system … but I want my children to grow up in the center of God’s will, and if that’s where He’s called me to, that’s where I want to be.”