POST PUBLISHED INMay, 2012
May 24th, 201204:39 PM ETDr. Jerry Rankin A significant trend has emerged in recent years to support “native” missionaries, working as evangelists and church planters. The rationale is that local indigenous workers are far more effective than Western missionaries and serve for only a fraction of the cost required to send and support workers from America. There have ev...
May 18th, 201211:49 PM ETBy Jerry Rankin One of the reasons churches are not doing more to reach a lost world is that missions is just another program. Without passion for the mission of God, there will be little motivation to do what it takes to take the gospel to unreached people groups or even to the unsaved in our own community.I have always been amazed at the marketi...
May 06th, 201212:48 PM ETBy Andrew Clouse, Mennonite Mission Network God is in charge of a new way of doing business in Paraguay. For the last 20 years, C. Paul Amstutz, a Mennonite Mission Network associate living in Paraguay, has developed a cadre of trained business chaplains whose mission is clear: to show God’s love in the workplace. There are now 24 full-time and...
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