Sending

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Articles written to encourage and equip those actively involved in the work of “sending” in regards to world evangelism.

The first time I was on deputation, I was going as a church planter to the inner city of Pine Bluff, Arkansas. When I look back sometimes it makes me laugh. We would be at a missions conference surrounded by families who were flying across the sea, but the church members would walk up to...
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The China Inland Mission, founded with the humblest of beginnings on June 26, 1865, with 10 pounds, a prayer, and the opening of a British bank account, over the course of the following decades grew to become a missionary recruiting and sending “octopus” with tentacles that stretched from London to Chicago to the farthest reaches...
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6 Sunday School Lessons to Prepare Your Church Your missions conference is on the church schedule, and now you have the task of helping get your church ready for the most crucial week of the year. We, at the Center for World Evangelism, want to help you with your missions conference preparation. We have developed...
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The whole world is reeling with the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak. It has impacted every part of our world, our lives, and our conversations. I was asked how the current global environment has impacted missionaries and how pastors and churches can pray/help them specifically. Here are some thoughts I have and hopefully others will...
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Jerusalem was placed in an exalted position (v.5). All other nations were around her and admired her. (Think of Jerusalem during the days of Solomon when people like the Queen of Sheba came to see what he had built.) This position of prominence and power was a privilege. They had been chosen by God to...
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The following article is written by OGTC student Gram Young. The church has no rest until every person in the world hears the gospel of Jesus Christ. He meant it when he commanded us to teach all nations and be witnesses to the whole world (Matt. 28:19, Acts 1:8,) and he proved that when he...
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Well, it looks like the title did its job. Some of you may have followed the title here to learn about aliens, others wondering why I am referring to a term by Karl Marx. A few of you know that if I am writing I am writing with the desire to help you as you...
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I would like to address my college student friends for just a moment. Especially those college students who love Jesus and have full intention of being involved in missions with their lives – in their future. Regardless of what major you have declared you have also declared that you plan to be engaged in Great...
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Often pastors and churches are looking for creative ways to serve their missionaries while on furlough. But, to be honest, it’s not always easy to know what they need or how best to help. Here’s a fantastic article that will allow you to plan a refreshing time for your missionary’s next furlough.  Work together with your...
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In the area of missionary involvement, be selective and deepen your involvement in the lives of a few. Often a church or group will decide to do something nice for a missionary at Christmas. Then they decide they need to do it for all the missionaries their church supports. Next thing you know, the group...
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