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Recently I was reading Norman P. Grubb’s book With CT Studd In Congo Forest, which is the account of the ministry of the Heart Of Africa Mission. This mission agency was started by Studd for the evangelism of Africa.  Held within this book was the account of the ministry of James Lowder. After some research,...
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I’d like to take a moment to show you the Biblical fallacies in Ryland’s statements to encourage you to see your responsibility in reaching the world with the Gospel and to encourage you to find your place in World Evangelism, whether as goer or sender.
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The story is told of Adoniram Judson, that though his mother prayed and cried, that though his father lived a faithful life as a congregationalist preacher, Adoniram Judson did not come to Christ until the age of 20. As a matter of fact, he went to Brown University at the age of 17 because of...
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“Awake to righteousness, and sin not; for some have not the knowledge of God: I speak this to your shame,” 1 Corinthians 15:34 Although I grew up in a Christian family and was saved at a young age, it was many years later that I first became exposed to missions. As the Lord began to...
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To be honest, in regards to how God led me to Latin America, I didn’t have this lightning bolt hit me, nor did I have this strange feeling that I should go to Bolivia as a missionary. Rather, I saw it as an opportunity to serve the Lord in a needy place. If we take...
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My desire for missions began long before I even had a thought of being a missionary. A few years after high school, the Lord started moving my heart towards missions while I played soccer with a group of Mexicans. Since I couldn’t communicate with them, all I could think about was being able to speak...
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Today in Baptist History class at the Our Generation Training Center, I was reminded about a missionary hero of mine, William Carey. What the man accomplished was nothing short of incredible. John Ryland, the minister that baptized William, wrote in his journal that day, “baptized today poor journeyman shoe cobbler.” But the man that Carey...
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Luther Rice: A heart for the Heathen I must confess that in my mind I have fallen trap to the thought that if one truly loves the heathen then he must be on the foreign field. Or to put it in layman’s term, “You can’t have a heart for world evangelism if you aren’t a missionary.” What...
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For two years Luther Rice struggled with the burden of his lost state. It was so bad that it impaired his health and his jovial spirit. He fell into a deep depression, and it was finally when he humbled himself and submitted to God that he realized it wasn’t about what Scripture he memorized or how much...
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Proverbs 13:4 The soul of the sluggard desireth, and hath nothing: But the soul of the diligent shall be made fat.  One of my heroes was a man that truly had a heart for the WORLD–a man that at the end of life wasn’t heralded as a great man of God but was basically considered in all accounts...
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