All of God's people going into all the world faithfully obeying all of the Great Commission.
Jesus commissioned us to reach and teach all people everywhere. We preach, teach, send missionaries, and take missions teams so that individuals can learn how their lives can be used by God to impact His world. On this website you will find information about many aspects of this great task to which we have been called.
You will find information here about serving as a missionary or supporting our missionaries, going on a short-term ministry trip, as well as links to resources that can enable you to find and fulfill God's plan for your life. Perhaps God will use this information about a location or book to call you to be involved in missions or lead you to contact Reaching & Teaching to assist your church to be faithful to the Great Commission.
It is my prayer that the various resources on this site would honor Christ by equipping His people to bring glory to Him among the peoples of the earth. Please contact us with any questions you may have about how we can partner with you in this task.
Soli Deo Gloria,
From the Blog
- "The Fifteen and the Fifteen"
Fifteen trip members from the USA joined me for a week in Tambo, Ecuador where we taught Highland Quichua pastors and leaders from fifteen different communities in five different Ecuadorian provinces missions, evangelism, church planting, and discipleship. This was one of our most fruitful Reaching & Teaching trips yet. During our sessions on church planting, students committed to reach out to unchurched communities in their areas to evangelize and plant churches. The twenty students in our classes completed the sixth of nine one-week modules. This was by far the most immediately applicable of our classes. Pray for these twenty brothers who are already asking for future training institutes in their home areas. We committed to helping them take the training they are receiving to their areas rather than us being the teachers. This idea was met with humbled silence, but then rejoicing when they realized that we would help . . . . (read more)