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.
What Missionaries Aren’t Telling You (And What Needs to Change About That) Part 3– Our monthly prayer update was way over-due. But I had been putting it off because I had no great stories, no answers to prayer, nothing that seemed worth sharing. Finally I asked Gil, “Should I just write about our discouragement?”
Under the Mango Tree– Not only can the women who gather under the mango tree tell God’s stories, but they have also taught other women how to tell stories. In turn, those women taught others. Now, women throughout West Africa are empowered by the Word of God.
Your Church: A Missionary Family– All Christians are sent people. God has given us new life by the gospel, so our lives should revolve around the gospel. And here’s what we need to grasp: believers in the church should see themselves as a missionary family—and the family business is making and training disciples.
How Can I Evangelize My Friends and Family Without Pushing Them Away?– At some point, every Christian has had a family member, a friend, co-worker, or acquaintance who is not a Christian. Sharing the gospel with others can be difficult, and it can become even more difficult when it involves someone with whom we have close emotional ties.
James Hudson Taylor: An English Missionary Who Made His Mark in China– The Chinese port had opened to foreigners following the first opium war and it was there that the young Yorkshireman first worked as a missionary. There were few such workers in China at the time, and Taylor soon began to stand out.
How Can Churches Cultivate a Culture of Missions?– Scripture is filled with instruction to believers about God’s plan of salvation and our responsibility to spread the good news of salvation in Christ to the ends of the earth.