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.
Can I Do Missions If I’m a Girly Girl?– If the thought of going on a mission trip is unbearable to you because of the camping or lack of modern facilities or heat and sweat or bugs the size of your head — take heart! You can still be an active part of missions. I know because I’m that girl!
5 Ways Mission Agencies Stretch the Truth– I read a lot of e-mails and newsletters from mission agencies, and I get to see how many of them use statistics to recruit staff, missionaries, and donors. Sadly, in my experience, many exaggerate the truth and undermine the good work God does in the world.
Beginning with Impossible– This week marks the 150th anniversary of Hudson Taylor’s Brighton Beach experience. It was there and then that he made a decision that would forever shape church history.
Considerations Before Setting Sail on Long Term-Missions– Not everyone’s calling to long-term missions looks the same, of course, but for those who sense that God may be leading in that direction, what are some first steps to take?
More Stories About God’s Amazing Grace in Vietnam– We are excited to share two more amazing stories of how God is calling the peoples of Vietnam to Himself. Rejoice with us over these new brothers and sisters in Christ and continue to pray for many more to respond to the gospel.
How Praying for Evangelism is Like Buying a White Van– Because white vans are on your mind you suddenly notice them everywhere. If evangelistic opportunities are on your mind—because you are praying for them—then you will see them pop up everywhere.