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“The View” is a compilation of stories or truths, that the students of the OGTC have cultured during their time in the Training Center.   Author: O.G.T.C. Student Beau Carpenter         Beau Carpenter (Far left in photo) A Lesson in Teachability As an excited, timid, and fairly smart (by some estimations) 18...
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Acts 1:8 “But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth.” Whose responsibility is it to be a WITNESS for Christ? Your pastor? Your youth pastor? Missionaries...
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Alumni:  Scott and Melissa Newton Location: Barcelona, Spain Website: http://pswe.net/ Status: Missionary on Deputation This coming week Scott Newton, missionary on deputation to Spain, will be teaching an OGTC module course. Scott trained at the OGTC for three and half years before leaving for deputation. Scott was a missionary kid from an early age and a Bible...
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Intern:  Ben and Crystal Johnson  Location: Northeast China Blog: http://sinoproject.org/blog/ Status: Interns with OGTC Can you imagine a doctor walking into the surgery room and telling you, the patient, that he has never done this type of surgery before and in reality he has never done any surgery before? But he reassures you that he has read all...
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I took this picture a couple months ago between the ordination council meeting and  the ordination services for Chris Waye at Victory Baptist Church in Loganville. In the picture you have Chris Waye (missionary to the British Isles on the far left), Derik Lawrence (Pastor of Victory Baptist Church in Loganville, GA), and Josh Ayers...
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The following was in this weeks reading for the students in the Our Generation Training Center. I thought it was a wonderful challenge to all of us desiring to be servants. This does not only apply to missionaries but to all of us serving the King. Missionaries should value achieving a spirit of servanthood as...
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As a missionary, you are dealing with national leaders on a regular basis. Sometimes dealing with them causes problems because you want to be the leader and you almost think of them as children–as people that should obey you and respect you. But you need to understand them and think of them as your equals....
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Summer is crazy time in youth ministry and missions mobilization. This summer I have asked several of my close missionary friends to right some guest posts for me on the subject of “What can a youth pastor do to mobilize for missions?”. The first response to this vitally important question is from one of my...
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