Nations

Reaching the Unreached Through Language: Part 1- Why Language?

  Reaching the Unreached through Language. Whether it’s teaching English to speakers of other languages or learning Arabic whilst living with and loving those in Egypt, language plays a fundamental role in serving the nations. In this 3-part series, Rebekah, part of the Unreached team at Redeemer Church and an English teacher at Open Doors …

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Motus Dei: The Movement of God to Disciple the Nations

Motus Dei: The Movement of God to Disciple the Nations <https://missionbooks.org/products/motus-dei> releases on October 19. You’re invited to the Virtual Book Launch on October 20, 9:00-9:45am Central Time US. Register here https://bit.ly/MotusDei and attend for a chance to win a free hard copy and a discount code for purchases. Here is the event schedule: *    Endorsement …

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Community development amongst the least-reached

Community Development Amongst the Least-reached and the Emergence of Vibrant Communities of Jesus Followers: The story of Hope for Tomorrow Global, Burundi Again, and again, we hear stories of how vibrant communities of Jesus followers can grow out of working with those who are poor and living on the margins. In this video, Nigel Ring …

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Cross Cultural Mission, Unreached UK and Harvey Kwiyani (Multicultural King)

By Gavin Bissessar As recently as 1950, roughly 85% of Christians lived in Western Europe and North America (the West) whilst the massive ‘global south’ remained largely unreached by the gospel. Fast forward to 2021 and those figures have nearly reversed. The church is growing rapidly in sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean and Asia …

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Bringing Life in the Face of Death

If you doubt the power of God to transform even the worst situations, then read on! Things don’t get much tougher than the situation in India at present. Around 26.75 million people have been infected with Covid19. Well over 300,000 people have died from the disease. India’s health care systems and services are buckling under the …

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Jacob “The Patchwork Man” Baradaeus

I’m really enjoying Moffett’s History of Christianity in Asia, and am struck by this paragraph summarising Jacob Baradaeus (Yaqub al-Barada’i) and his extraordinary church-planting impact. Here’s the paragraph: “Jacob never really lived in Edessa, his episcopal seat. The police were too hot on his trail… For over thirty-five years, from 542 to 578, Jacob eluded …

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