Anthony Steele | November 11, 2019 | Topic: Missiology, Missions and the Church

Today, we’re sharing Part 3 of a series on our blog called Jesus, the Missionary. (Click here for the Introduction, here for Part 1, and here for Part 2.) We are posting one more lesson we can learn from Jesus’ example and a conclusion to this series.  Jesus expressed His desire for His disciples—for us. […]

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Anthony Steele | November 4, 2019 | Topic: Missiology, Missions and the Church

Today, we’re sharing Part 2 of a series on our blog called Jesus, the Missionary. (Click here for the Introduction and here for Part 1.) Today, we’re sharing the two more key lessons we can learn from Jesus’ example.  Jesus included others in His work. Among the first acts of Jesus’ public ministry was to […]

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Anthony Steele | October 28, 2019 | Topic: Missiology, Missions and the Church

Last week, we introduced a new series on our blog: Jesus, the Missionary. Today, we’re sharing the first two key lessons we can learn from Jesus’ example.  Jesus had limits and knew what they were. What was that? Jesus had limits to His ability? We sometimes think of Jesus as some kind of superman who […]

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Anthony Steele | October 21, 2019 | Topic: Missiology, Missions and the Church

Missionaries spend much time thinking about strategies, opportunities, unreached people groups, unchurched communities, and unevangelized places. The burden of the missions call is overwhelming and the work is unending. Missionaries, as a natural part of their calling, are spending their lives looking at tremendous need and seeking to meet it by God’s help.  This overwhelming […]

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Sam Behar | September 16, 2019 | Topic: Missions and the Church, Mobilization

Sending missionaries is a big task. Usually the majority of the details for deploying to the field fall to the missionary. This cannot be helped because family budgets, support-raising, and travel paperwork is very personal. Yet there remains much for those around the missionary to do to help prepare and launch them. There are numerous […]

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Rachel Ware | September 9, 2019 | Topic: Women's Ministry

Reaching & Teaching is based on a foundational conviction: that the Church is both the means and the end of the Great Commission. In other words, it is only as churches around the world are strengthened that true disciples can be formed. These church-strengthening efforts include theological training for pastors, character development among leaders, and […]

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Cody Cunningham | September 2, 2019 | Topic: Interview

A few weeks ago, Reaching and Teaching was able to send a team to Monrovia, Liberia, where they taught through the second module of our curriculum. During their time there, one of our staff members sat down with Pastor Benjamin Munford, a Liberian minister who helps coordinate our training site in Liberia. In this interview, […]

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Cody Cunningham | July 12, 2019 | Topic: History of Missions
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On July 12, 1739, a 21-year-old man experienced the saving grace of Jesus Christ. Since it was the time of the First Great Awakening, this man was one of many in the American colonies who were experiencing a powerful movement of God’s redeeming grace. He searched for relief, having come to the realization that his […]

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Cody Cunningham | June 3, 2019 | Topic: Book Review

As Christianity in the West begins to lose some of its cultural influence, many Christians are wringing their hands in fear or anxiety. These are new waters for those who have grown up where religion has played such a key role within society. In Evangelism as Exiles: Life on Mission as Strangers in Our Own […]

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Sam Behar | May 27, 2019 | Topic: Missiology, Missions and the Church

A reflection on 2 Corinthians 5:11-6:13 Knowing the role you play on a team is a key to success for your team. The closer shouldn’t start the game in baseball. The punter shouldn’t play quarterback. The same is true at an even deeper level in the proclamation of the gospel. Paul talks about the different […]

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