Why we’re not all called to be missionaries

So what I'm about to write might seem very controversial in the current context, but please hear me out and I hope you all agree.  During my past 3 1/2 months in Australia the question has often been asked "But aren't we all called to be missionaries?"  And while it is unpopular to say out … Continue reading Why we’re not all called to be missionaries

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TGC – Missions doesn’t stop when a people group has been reached

Great article from the Gospel Coalition: Ministry David Sills MISSIONS DOESN’T STOP WHEN A GROUP HAS BEEN REACHED OCT 23, 2014 Jesus gave the Great Commission to his church almost 2,000 years ago. He clearly instructed us to make disciples in every people group, to baptize them, and to teach them to obey everything he … Continue reading TGC – Missions doesn’t stop when a people group has been reached

10 THINGS MISSIONARIES WON’T TELL YOU By Adam Mosley

Taken from http://www.trinitykenya.com/10-things-missionaries-wont-tell/ 10 THINGS MISSIONARIES WON’T TELL YOU By Adam Mosley Posted in - Vision on July 6th, 2014 22 Comments Due to the popularity of this post (and the fact that it kept crashing my personal site) I’ve redirected the original link to this page, where I have much more bandwidth. The full … Continue reading 10 THINGS MISSIONARIES WON’T TELL YOU By Adam Mosley

Church-planting for (kind of) complementarian, single women.

I'm going to start this post by putting myself into a few boxes.  Not because I necessarily like putting people into categories, but in this case I think it will help.  I'm currently single, I'm a woman, and I'm a missionary serving in France, a country with only small evangelical churches, a country where most … Continue reading Church-planting for (kind of) complementarian, single women.