Guest post by Jason Wright: “God give me humility, give me clarity, and give me confidence in Your word!” That was the prayer I prayed over and over again last week as I served with Reaching and Teaching in Panama.This was my first trip with Reaching and Teaching and there were many questions that crossed […]

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Guest post by Cris Garrido: Due to civil unrest on the Haitian side of the border, our partners there advised us not to come at this time and we were therefore unable to train the about 35 pastors with whom we work in Haiti. Instead, we focused on the 40 pastors and leaders that work […]

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Guest post by RTIM Staff Generations of college students have spent the days surrounding New Year’s Eve considering the call of God to go to the nations. The stories of those who have been called out from the Urbana Missions Conferences go back decades and reflect tremendous Kingdom impact. This past New Year’s holiday marked […]

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How do you sense and know whether you are called to missions? It should be obvious that not everyone is called to pack up and go. When the Holy Spirit spoke to the church at Syrian Antioch to set apart Barnabas and Paul for the work He had for them to do, He did not […]

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I returned to New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary for a missions consortium last weekend and was overwhelmed by refreshing memories of my formational years in missions. I went last weekend as a missions professor from Southern Seminary to meet with my colleagues from our other SBC seminaries along with the leadership of the International Mission […]

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