We did not choose this moment, but in God’s sovereignty, this is our moment, nonetheless. Although it is tempting to pause or abort our mission until circumstances improve, God has called each of us to serve for such a time as this.
The command to go still applies, even during a pandemic. But how you go may need to look different. This post provides 4 guiding principles to help your church reach out during a pandemic.
Opportunities to provide help & hope to the hurting.
An incredible opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus.
Use this tool to discover where and how your church should go on mission next
Will you come and help us?
Note: This is the final part in a three-part series discussing the results of the 2017 Baptist Associations Survey. If you haven’t already done so, please read Part 1a, Part 1b, and Part 2. You can also download the full report here. As I described in my last post, the results from the Baptist Associations… Continue reading Survey Reveals Recommended Strategies For Baptist Associations
Have you ever heard the old saying, “Preach the gospel always; if necessary use words”? It’s a catchy phrase that has been quoted in churches and small groups for many years. While I understand the point attempting to be made that Christians need to walk the walk if we are going to talk the talk,… Continue reading A Wordless Gospel?
Looking for ideas that your church can use to engage in local missions efforts? Here are 5 quick ways to get started.
Is your church missions-minded? If you are part of a typical church, the answer may very well be that your church is more missions-minded than you think, but not in the way that you think. In his book The Sending Church, Pastor Pat Hood said this about his church: We were missions-minded because missions was… Continue reading Does Your Church Pay, Pray, and Stay Out of the Way?