Guest article by Mike Pettengill, missionary to Equatorial Guinea  Like Dr. Frankenstein, I have occasionally tried to assemble the perfect missionary from spare parts. Unlike the good doctor, I have only ever tried this experiment in my mind.  What does this perfect missionary look like? The creature must be an orator with the skills of […]

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During the week of October 12-16th, I joined Reaching & Teaching staff member, Tony Steele, to train 36 pastors and leaders in Chazuta, Peru, a jungle town at the edge of the Amazon Basin. This occasion wasn’t the first time that Tony and I have worked together, having previously participated together on the student body […]

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Traveling to teach pastors and church leaders is always a privilege. It is a special privilege to return to the same location more than one time. During the week of September 19-26, we were able to return to Otavalo, Ecuador, for the second of nine training modules. The training was again held at Iglesia Bautista […]

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Guest post by Reaching & Teaching staff member, Jon Deedrick  Is theology necessary to your life as a Christian? Beyond that, is teaching, understanding, and loving theology a vital component of the mission that Christ gave each one of us – to go into all the world and make disciples? Working toward a definition At its […]

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Guest post from Reaching & Teaching staff member, Cohen Ezelle: I remember when the Lord first started giving me the desire to train pastors and church leaders. I was in my mid twenties, in Bible College, and working in landscaping full-time. Needless to say I would come home physically drained after sweating in the hot […]

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