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When I was younger, and even now, I have always liked to play sports. I started off with T ball at our local Ruritan Club, and then went on to play football and soccer when I was in high school. Even now I play soccer on a regular basis, although I usually can’t walk for...
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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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The following post comes from Tim Keesee’s blog. It is a great look at the realities of what it means to struggle with obeying Christ’s command to go and preach the gospel to every creature. It also offers some very helpful tips for the journey “out of the shire”: After a tumultuous disruption of his...
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Preparation for the Field  “Missions is the most important job in the world so prepare like it is!” Introduction  Think about the importance of the the foundation in a building. “It’s not the will to win that matters—everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters.” – Paul “Bear” Bryant Discuss the...
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Now lets see the commission and purpose of the church. All power and authority is given to Jesus. “On one occasion the tempter took Jesus to a high mountain in order to show Jesus the kingdoms of this world and their glory in order to induce him to avoid the cross in obtaining the kingdom....
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The importance of understanding words.  Listen to the story; “An Argentine ambassador was answering his American guest’s question concerning the family of the diplomat. Did he have any children? Explaining that his wife could not have a child, the ambassador said, “You see, my wife is impregnable!” Sensing that that was not quite the right...
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When Roland Allen wrote about Paul’s missionary methods, he did not have to define terms. He could begin with a paragraph—often quoted by missionaries and missiologists—that summarizes the apostle’s missionary work. Now nearly a hundred years later, it is no longer self-evident what the term mission should not imply. I can only speak for myself...
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Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu, is the largest city in the nation with a population of 1.7 million in the Kathmandu District and upwards of 2.5 million in the greater Kathmandu Valley. Like greater Nepal, Hinduism and Buddhism are considered its main religions. While Christians are certainly in the minority in Kathmandu, there are about 15 independent...
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The country of Nepal is home to over 29 million people, the majority of which are Hindus. While Christianity is growing in Nepal, it is still less than 3% Evangelical Christian. But that hasn’t stopped the Lord from doing a work in the country.[1] There is a church in every one of the 75 districts...
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