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Archive for the ‘Mission Watch’ Category

The imperative of breaking new grounds

Strategizing to take the good news about Christ and his salvation to places where it has never been heard, the most unreached places and peoples of the world, should be a crucial guiding factor in all missionary activity. Even the Apostle, Paul, said that he would rather preach Christ where He hasn’t been named at [...]

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It Takes More Than Just Churches By Justin Long

I found this article by Justin Long, in the June 2006 edition of Lausanne World Pulse, and decided to share an abridged version. Share this post on:

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Mission quotes

“Reaching the unreached is a challenging task, but our primary problem is not the cultural, economic, logistical or political barriers we face. It is more simple: we lack sufficient manpower.” – Justin Long, “Where are We Going?” in Momentum Magazine, July/ August, 2006 Share this post on:

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Theological Trends in Africa: Implications for Missions and Evangelism

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I’ld like to share with you a great article I found in the March 2008 edition of Lausanne World Pulse, by Gideon Para-Mallam. I’ve read this article several times over in the past one year and I decided to post a major excerpt from it today. It’s a long read even after I’ve tried to abbreviate it a little, but I think it’s worth it absolutely!

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More news and relevant facts FYI

Lausanne Younger Leaders Gathering, West Africa; The Manga Messiah, Japan; Poverty facts FYI.

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News Watch: Religious Clash in Jos; Christian Slaughter bounty in Orissa …

Religious Clash in Jos, Plateau Leave over 500 dead, 40 churches and the homes of 25,000 destroyed Jos, city in the middle belt of Nigeria and capital of Plateau State once again exploded in violence between the 28th and 29th of November 2008, resulting in the killings of over 500 people including six pastors, as [...]

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