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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.
California Schools Bible Club Meetings Draw Gang Members to Christ– “And I will never forget when I finished, there was this awkward silence in the room,” Barcelona says, “and this gang banger stands to his feet and he looks at me and says, ‘What do I have to do to be saved?'”
Praying for Women in East Africa– In East Africa, Project Hannah women meet for prayer in churches but also in homes. Most of their homes are very small, and many have few belongings. But this does not hinder these women from inviting others to their homes to pray or listen to the Women of Hope radio program. Project Hannah women also provide money for surgery and other needs faced by women in their communities.s
Pioneer Missionary Doctor Wana Ann Fort Dies– “I came to the place in prayer that I could tell the Lord this was impossible for me to do, but I would commit my way to Him, trusting in Him to bring it all to pass for His honor. How marvelous it is that God knows the best way for His children!”
What if I’m Not Good at Sharing the Gospel?– “Evangelism is not my gift” is not a valid excuse to not share the gospel. We often justify that if it doesn’t come easy then it isn’t for me to do.
What Are Some Ways Business People Can Get Into Missions?– Many church planters in restricted areas use business as a means of gaining and maintaining access to such countries.
William Carey’s 11 Commandments of Missions– Give yourself totally to this glorious cause. Surrender your time, gifts, strength, families, the very clothes you wear.