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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.
C.T. Studd: Cannibals Need Missionaries, Too– “If Jesus Christ be God and died for me, then no sacrifice can be too great for me to make for Him,” Studd said. He gave God his fortune.
U.S. Churches See Refugee Crisis as Opportunity to Take the Gospel to the Nations– Waypoint Church in Durham, North Carolina, recognizes that the refugees in their area were brought there for a reason. They believe God placed each family there for a purpose, and He appointed Waypoint to bring them hope and show them love.
Outward Basketball– There’s a new sports program that some churches are using to impact their communities with the gospel. Surprisingly, this new program won’t cost your church a dime. And you don’t even need the money to build a gym or the space to put in a baseball or soccer field. All you need is families who love Jesus.
Amy Carmichael – ‘Beauty for Ashes’– This moving account of a remarkable life reminds us to look past ourselves and discover the lasting legacy of serving Christ with devotion and resting fully in the sovereignty of God.
How God Changed My Heart About Missions– When my trip began, I was just beginning to understand what a life on mission looked like and that God was calling me to the next step in that journey. Here are three ways God changed my heart through serving a summer overseas…
Know Someone Looking for the Best Job Ever?– “I love my job here,” he told me. “I worked at a public school in the States before this, and I used to dread going to work every day. Now I get up in the morning and can’t wait to get to school.”