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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Jon Deedrick | July 29, 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. Four Biblical Foundations for Contextualization At 9Marks, Zane Pratt reminds us that contextualization does not just take place in a foreign context, but wherever the gospel is preached. The question is not whether Christians […]

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Jon Deedrick | July 8, 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. Photography Pulitzer for Coverage of Refugee Crisis The New York Times and Thomson Reuters shared the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography for coverage of Europe’s refugee crisis. These photos capture the deep suffering […]

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Dr. David Sills | July 6, 2016 | Topic: Missiology, Missionary Life

We live in a technological age that is rapidly changing how we do business, banking, education, and on and on. Certainly there are disadvantages of being constantly in touch with everyone who demands our time and attention, and the anxiety caused by information overload is evident in the harried, hurried lives we live. Only the […]

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Dr. David Sills | June 27, 2016 | Topic: Missionary Life

Every missionary going to the field must make sure to take four men with him, and leave three others behind. Individualistic Western missionary candidates are often so self-sufficient and satisfy so much of their need for social interaction online that the idea of taking others with them is a new thought and seems intrusive. But […]

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Jon Deedrick | June 24, 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. Until All Have Heard At the recent annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention, David Platt, Albert Mohler, Danny Akin, and Frank Page discuss why churches must be fully engaged in obedience […]

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