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Don't Assume Anything When Sharing the Gospel with Mormons

Don't Assume Anything When Sharing the Gospel with Mormons

Kyle Beshears
Talking about your faith with a Latter-day Saint (Mormon) can be challenging. An evangelical friend recently told me about such a conversation. “I know that... Read More
From Unreached to Disciple-Maker: A Testimony

From Unreached to Disciple-Maker: A Testimony

Kelley Housley
Tribal missions and global evangelism are exciting subjects. And well they should be. They are at the center of Christ’s heartbeat and His promise to build... Read More
Forcing Fruit: A Call for Urgent, Patient Evangelism

Forcing Fruit: A Call for Urgent, Patient Evangelism

Caleb Greggsen
How does a church get its people invested in the Great Commission? It’s a question any missions leader or pastor should ask. We are called to take the gospel... Read More
Root Your Identity in Christ, Not in Your Current Role

Root Your Identity in Christ, Not in Your Current Role

David Platt
We must always be careful to root our identity in our call to salvation. Here's why this is important: we've got to be careful not to root our identity in a... Read More
What It Means to Make Disciples

What It Means to Make Disciples

David Platt
Biblically, to be a disciple is to make disciples. But if you were to ask Christians today what it means to make disciples, you’d probably get jumbled... Read More
Eight Essentials to Look For in Missionary Candidates

Eight Essentials to Look For in Missionary Candidates

J.D. Payne
Over the past several years, I have spent a great deal of time teaching, equipping, mentoring, coaching, and mobilizing missionaries. Different evaluations... Read More
Is Jesus Worth It?

Is Jesus Worth It?

T and S
As my wife and I sat opposite Amanda* on the living room couch, her tense expressions and nervous speech exposed the inward agony of her heart. Amanda’s... Read More
A Personal Disciple-Making Plan

A Personal Disciple-Making Plan

David Platt
As we follow Christ, he transforms our minds, our desires, our wills, our relationships, and our ultimate reason for living. Every disciple of Jesus exists to... Read More
I Don't Want to Be the "Fun Aunt" to Missions

I Don't Want to Be the "Fun Aunt" to Missions

Grace Thornton
I remember the day I became a great-aunt—at 30. There’s a big age gap between my sister and me, and her oldest daughter had my first great niece just a few... Read More
You Can't Love Missions Without Loving the Local Church

You Can't Love Missions Without Loving the Local Church

Caleb Greggsen
Tell me if this sounds familiar to you. College freshmen Joe joins your church. He’s on fire for Jesus. He wants to give his life to the Lord, which means... Read More

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