Plus, a better way to think of success, pulled from 2 Corinthians.
Even if you speak without accent, you’re a leader and you always get the job done, success means something more.
‘I had to lay down before God my prejudice toward valuing overseas ministry more than US-based ministry.’
‘I realized that I was thinking of people who returned after one year, or even after one term, as failures.’
‘We serve a God who moves. Hearts, stars, people — nothing is too big or too small.’
The Global Missions podcast offers rich discussions on God’s will, Sabbath and ‘drafting’ new missionaries from your congregation.
Rikki stood in awe before the tree, sparkling with lights and hundreds of tiny angels. We hope one day she will stand in awe before her Savior.
As we engage with suffering people, there’s no need to wait until December to long for the day when God will make all things new and set all things right.
Discipleship relationships flourish when professors get out of the classroom and into their students’ communities.