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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.
3 Ways to Pray for God’s Mission- Prayer for God’s mission is a substantial participation in which results may be unseen until revealed around the throne.
Ways to Support Your Field Personnel as They Return to the U.S.– Field personnel return to the U.S. and re-establish roots for various reasons: needs of stateside family members, retirement, health issues, TCK needs, change of assignment. As field personnel from your church return stateside, keep in mind that things have changed both for you and them.
Why You Should Go Cold Turkey– This kind of evangelism provokes a wide range of responses, but very rarely an enthusiastic: “Yep! I can’t wait to get out there and do some!”
Africa, the Prosperity Gospel, and the Problem of Unguarded Churches– The plagues of the prosperity gospel and false converts are not at the heart of the problem for the African church. They are mere symptoms of a more fundamental problem…Focusing more missionary effort on building healthy churches will help protect the gospel for our generation and for the one yet to come.
9 Ways a Pastor Can Lead His Church to Be More Evangelistic– Christians are willing to minister to other members and even those in the community. But getting them to be intentionally evangelistic always seems to be a challenge.
Your Testimony Is Not the Gospel (Sharing our personal testimonies is not evangelism.)– God makes no promise that He will use my story as His power unto salvation. The gospel is not about me. The gospel is about Jesus. It is the proclamation of the person and work of Christ, and of how a person can appropriate the benefits of the work of Christ by faith alone.