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Why I love Muslims (And You Should Too!) I can already tell this title has drawn ire and questions from many. Many people would say how can you love Muslims, don’t you know they are terrorists? How can you love those people?! They do not deserve any love— they deserve to be punished for all...
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The Gospel in the Underground Church Reaping a harvest needs patience and diligent work.  I’m thankful that someone put their hand to the plow so I could receive the Gospel at a young age in life.  Before the Gospel made its way to my wife and I, countless men and women bled and died for...
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The New Key to the Missionary Problem Part 2: Lack of Missions Writing As we desire to see a renewed zeal in missions and sending of missionaries, we are going to need to see an increase of writing and showing of the need. As a whole, there are many books about missions, but not enough....
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There are various “calls” in the Bible such as the call to salvation, the call to holiness, and the call to service. In Ezekiel 1-3, we have Ezekiel’s call and commissioning to be a prophet. There are some principles that we can learn that help all of us as we answer God’s call to serve...
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I grew up in a wonderful pastor’s home outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Every year my family and I would visit our relatives who lived in the hills of Knoxville, Tennessee, for Christmas and for a summer family reunion. I had also traveled to other neighboring states like Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, and the Carolinas. However, I...
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I grew up in a Christian home. Memories of my youth are filled with believers investing in me and sharing the gospel with me. Gospel witness surrounded me, yet I rejected this good news until I was 18 years old. At that time, the Holy Spirit convicted me of my sin and hypocrisy, and I...
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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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I can remember the first time that I drove from the airport to the place where my wife and I would be staying as missionaries in Mexico City. Most of the time, people would drive around with the windows down. For some reason, most people don’t have air-conditioning in their cars, and they didn’t seem...
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My life changed forever in the summer of ’99. Months before, our youth pastor had announced we would fly into El Paso, TX, then cross the border for a week in Juarez, Mexico. It would be my first missions trip! Granted, it wasn’t as exotic as backpacking deep into the Amazon Rainforest, but we were...
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Andrew Murray penned The Key to the Missionary Problem, originally in 1902. As I read the book several times, I began to realize that his book still rings true today and wanted to write about the keys to our missionary problem, today. Today there is still a great need in the world; even greater than...
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