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Guest Post: Missions Doesn’t Stop When A Group Has Been Reached

David Sills serves as professor of missions and cultural anthropology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, and is president of Reaching & Teaching International Ministries. 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 […]

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Missiology Through Scripture – Psalm 45:17

“I will cause your name to be remembered in all generations; therefore nations will praise you forever and ever.” – Psalm 45:17 author of this psalm has written a love song to commemorate a royal wedding. This is the only such psalm to have been written. It was likely used during many royal weddings, however […]

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Missions Conference At New Life Escondido

This weekend Mike participated in mission conference at New Life Presbyterian Church in Escondido. On Friday evening Mike shared dinner with nearly 200 participants at the celebration dinner. After dinner the church hosted a missions celebration service. Mike was given the privilege of preaching the missions charge to the group. Afterwards, the group heard from […]

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Vision Trip To Costa Rica

Join Mike for a vision trip to Costa Rica, November 1–6, 2018. Mike will be leading this vision trip to help you and your church learn how you can serve alongside MTW missionaries, Deena Castillo, Rodney and Jana Davila, and John and Dylan Peters. Why should you go? Are you interested in challenging opportunities? Finding […]

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Reinventing Evangelism At Fuller Seminary

This week Mike has been at Fuller Theological Seminary taking a course on Reinventing Evangelism. This five day course started with reading 3,000 pages of evangelism books and writing 30 pages on evangelism. The course consisted of seven students and the professor discussing biblical conversion, evangelism techniques, cultural and generational differences, and historical evangelism. The […]

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