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Posts Tagged ‘missions’

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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Redefining scope for evangelistic missions

It is now imperative that we the Church, take certain factors into consideration as we seek a more efficient contextualization of our scope for the mandate to be witnesses “… in Jerusalem, and in all Judea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth“. When we address “going into all the world” [...]

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A Global-Scope for Christians

I remember reading an article as a teenager years ago, from an old magazine (actually published by Billy Graham in the ’80s) I found at home then. I don’t quite remember most of the content but I remember the title was something about: “Becoming a world Christian”. I have a suspicion that something was imparted [...]

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Ten Ways the Internet Is Changing Evangelism and Missions By John Edmiston

I came across this article in the current edition of Lausanne World Pulse, I think it’s quite interesting and worthy of sharing. Enjoy! Share this post on:

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Christian Persecution: Biblical Perspectives for the 21st century mind [Part 2]

How do we respond to persecution?
Why and how do we identify withe the persecuted?

This article is a continuation of Christian Persecution: Biblical Perspectives for the 21st century mind [Part 1]

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Christian Persecution: Biblical Perspectives for the 21st century mind [Part 1]

For most modern day Christians, persecution is merely a historical or antiquated theological ideology, an awkward subject that hopefully the church has overgrown. We barely have any sense of identification with people suffering for their faith in Christ and for their passion to share the gospel. I hope I can show you just how tragic this is.

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