Pray. Give. Go.

David Platt | October 17, 2016

With more than 2.8 billion people in the world who still lack access to the gospel, church leaders and followers of Christ across North America cannot settle for anything less than intentional calls for the members of our congregations to pray passionately, give sacrificially, and go intentionally for the glory of Christ among all peoples.

For far too long, many followers of Christ have seen global mission as a compartmentalized program in the church for a select few called to this purpose. Yet when one looks from cover to cover through Scripture, one realizes that global mission is the purpose for which each one of us has been created. We’ve each been created, called, and commissioned to play a part in making disciples of all nations. This call to mission most assuredly means making disciples right where we live, among neighbors, co-workers, and acquaintances in our communities and cities. At the same time, we work on mission wherever we live with a continual openness to go on mission wherever God leads. Lightstock

Leave and Leverage 

This is the kind of mindset that marked the Moravians. It was said of the Moravians centuries ago that 1 out of every 92 of them was crossing cultures…

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