Jason Wright | February 28, 2017 | Topic: Missions and the Church

This article is part of a series on missions and the local church. We trust that this series will encourage both faithfulness to Christ’s bride and obedience to the bride’s mission. When Christ commanded us to “make disciples of all nations,” he was not commissioning a select few, but all of his followers, to be engaged in […]

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Missions at a Glance spotlights the past week’s articles and resources relating to global missions. We trust that it will encourage your faithful obedience to our King’s Commission. Cross 2016: Unreached People This provocative video from last year’s Cross Conference highlights cities around the world where there is little to no gospel presence. No First-Century Churches Exist Today, So […]

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Missions at a Glance spotlights the past week’s articles and resources relating to global missions. We trust that it will encourage your faithful obedience to our King’s Commission. Be Patient, Missions Is Urgent While the gospel need is urgent around the world, Josh Manley helpfully writes that we must always utilize God’s means to accomplish God’s ends. In our effort to evangelize […]

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In Romans 15 Paul famously declares that he had resolved to preach the gospel where Christ had not been named. A fire burned deeply within him—an insatiable desire for those who had never been told to “see” and for those who had never heard to “understand” the message of God’s grace in Christ (Rom 15:21). His […]

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Jon Deedrick | August 12, 2016 | Topic: Missions at a Glance

Missions at a Glance spotlights the past week’s articles and resources relating to global missions. We trust that it will encourage your faithful obedience to our King’s Commission. John Piper’s Prayer for a Family of Five On Sunday morning, July 31, Jamison and Kathryne Pals and their three children, Ezra, Violet, and Calvin, were ushered into heaven together, dying in a […]

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Mike Pettengill | August 11, 2016 | Topic: Missiology

Guest article by Mike Pettengill  Is there only one true track that directs man to God? Or do many paths lead explorers up the mountain where they all reach the top, no matter the route they take? The biblical beliefs of Christianity claim there is but one way to commune with God, and that is […]

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Jon Deedrick | August 5, 2016 | Topic: Missions at a Glance

Missions at a Glance spotlights the past week’s articles and resources relating to global missions. We trust that it will encourage your faithful obedience to our King’s Commission. The Story of Iran’s Church in Two Sentences “Despite continued hostility from the late 1970s until now, Iranians have become the Muslim people most open to the gospel in the Middle East.” […]

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