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Moses died and God chose Joshua to lead the children of Israel. He then instructed him on what he would need to live out this new responsibility.  Today in 2020, we face a vast problem. We are lacking in young spiritual leaders to take the charge of the church and the Great Commission. Our nation...
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The New Key to the Missionary Problem: Using Organizations to Motivate In most churches, today,  there are organizations for everything. People are a part of some group or club. Why can’t we tap into these organizations and push the need for missions. Why can’t we create organizations in the church for the purpose of promoting...
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Our Generation Training Center As the Director of the Our Generation Training Center, I have the privilege to have a small part in equipping young men and women for successful service on the mission field. And today, I would like to deal with who should consider going to the mission field. I believe with all...
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The following article was written by Beau Carpenter, pastor of Vision Baptist Church in Cobb County. Beau is an excellent, hard-working, young man and I am very proud of him. His blog is called “The Twenty-Something Pastor” and he is writing to encourage and help other young men in the ministry. I would love for...
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Things missionaries/pastors say to one another: “That is great, brother!” “I am so glad to hear that your church doubled in size the last year.” “Oh, that is wonderful that you are see such great results to your evangelism efforts.” What they really mean: “Wow, I feel like such a loser.” “Man, some people have...
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In the business world, most overnight successes are years in the making. Usually, there are many years of seemingly fruitless effort and preparation before a stroke of genius happens. The ministry is similar. Any lasting and effective ministry that is changing lives and making a big impact takes years and years of often mundane and difficult work. Someone...
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Wouldn’t it be great to have a job where you could set your own hours, be your own boss, and do your own thing? That would be the life! Well, maybe and maybe not… Truthfully, there is no job where you truly get to “do your own thing,” because even if you have no earthly boss...
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The following article was written by Kyle Shreve, missionary to Peru. Young people are the future of missions, and to undervalue them is about the biggest mistake a church can make. Hope that’s clear enough. Sure, the 13 or 14 year old running around the church today, knocking things over, and deciding that kicking a...
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  “The ministry would be great if it weren’t for the people!” This is a sentiment that is occasionally thought or said (usually in a half-joking manner) by some people in the ministry. Though it may be said tongue-in-cheek, it expresses a real barrier to effective ministry. The ministry is people – we don’t minster to...
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