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The New Key to the Missionary Problem: Using Organizations to Motivate In most churches, today,  there are organizations for everything. People are a part of some group or club. Why can’t we tap into these organizations and push the need for missions. Why can’t we create organizations in the church for the purpose of promoting...
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Our Generation Training Center As the Director of the Our Generation Training Center, I have the privilege to have a small part in equipping young men and women for successful service on the mission field. And today, I would like to deal with who should consider going to the mission field. I believe with all...
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Frequently one hears it said that every Christian is a missionary—meaning, every Christian ought to be a missionary. The little chorus puts it, “Be a missionary every day!” It sounds good, but this kind of fuzzy thinking only clouds the issue. Every Christian cannot be a missionary, nor should be. But what is wrong in...
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The Spring Festival or Chinese New Year is the biggest celebration in China. It is a time where the largest migration of people happens as hundreds of millions of Chinese head back to their hometowns to celebrate with large meals, fireworks and enjoying spending time with family they have not seen all year. However, this...
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Missions is not optional for Christians. It is even less optional for those who are training for Christian leadership. If the church is to accomplish God’s will in the world, every Christian must be a world Christian. Peter Wagner explained the consequences of rejecting or neglecting missions: 1. You will find yourself sitting on the...
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Whose money is it, mine or God’s? All that we have belongs to the Lord, yet some of us have difficulty putting this truth into practice. We become anxious about our level of support and worry that too many gifts or loans will place us in financial jeopardy. A helpful technique may be to set...
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The idea of contextualization is to frame the gospel message in language and communication forms appropriate and meaningful to the local culture and to focus the message upon crucial issues in the lives of the people. The contextualized indigenous church is built upon culturally appropriate methods of evangelism; the process of discipling draws upon methods...
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There is a danger in being blessed. There are usually two extremes when missionaries raise their financial support. Either the missionary has too little support or the missionary has too much and denies the Lord asking, “Who is the Lord?”.  Proverbs 30:7-9 7  Two things have I required of thee; Deny me them not before...
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World Evangelism Think Tank – January 2020 The best way for the team to be involved in mobilizing more missionaries as they travel is not something that can be affected by a simple process of what they should do. The best way to be involved in mobilizing is first and foremost something that should be...
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