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.
Gospel Growth in North Myanmar– Theologically hungry pastors in Myanmar recently had their souls fed with a large assortment of solid books donated by The Gospel Coalition-International Outreach (TGC-IO). What a pleasure to see the glow of appreciation on their faces!
Southern Baptists Mentor Chinese Believers to Persevere in Global Ministry– Chinese believers are the next missions sending force, following the Western and Korean Christians who’ve gone before them. They pray, give and go, sacrificing everything to bring the message of Jesus Christ to the nations.
How the Trinity Should Shape Evangelism– What if we were thinking evangelism, praying for people, and pursuing a life of faithful evangelism with some of the following biblical truths and prayers on our minds?
Gospel for Asia’s “Team GFA”– GFA volunteers have a passion to see the lives of unreached people transformed by the Gospel. They are highly motivated, responsible people who share an urgency with the Psalmist who wrote, “That Your way may be known on earth, Your salvation among all nations.” —Psalm 67:2
Bibles for Babwisi– He said, “It is a surprise to me to hear someone reading the Word of God in Lubwisi. This was impossible for us to have the Word of God written in Lubwisi because, in terms of finance, we are not qualified because we are poor. But God, in His riches, has provided it to us without even considering our number.
A Photo that Includes a Gideon Serivce Testament Touches Tens of Thousands– A photo featuring a 12-day old infant along with a photo of his father and his father’s Gideon Service Testament has generated an enormous amount of online sentiment. The infant in the photo is Landon Carpenter. His father, Andy, shown in the framed photo next to him, made the ultimate sacrifice in March while serving in the U.S. Marines in Afghanistan.