How Some of the Most Active Missionaries Can Still Be Very Prejudiced

If our outlook on ‘missions’ is focused only on ourselves, and namely the things we do and the ways we behave, it is going to manifest itself in  inadequate and half-hearted relationships.  I sent that in response to a brother I met a few months ago through online discussion. He has been struggling significantly with the prospect of continuing in his Mennonite church. There are many reasons that I believe are legitimate issues…

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Why the Christians you disagree with aren’t “The Unreached”

Sometimes Christians have the tendency to think of only "our group" as the "right kind of Christian". Titus Kuepfer dispels the notion and calls Christians to focus on bringing the gospel to the world that has not yet even heard His name.

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“Indigenous” Church Planting in North America

In spite of kingdom Christians spending millions of dollars on evangelistic efforts and starting hundreds of ministries and programs, there does not seem to be a corresponding influx of unsaved and unchurched people coming into our churches. I’m not aware of any kingdom Christian church in the USA or Canada that has been in existence for more than ten years, in which the majority of those who comprise the church were either…

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Obey them that have rule over you? Giving account for our use of Hebrews 13:7

“Of all the verses in the New Testament that exhort Christians to honor their spiritual leaders, perhaps the strongest is this verse in Hebrews 13. No other verse, after all, uses the word “obey” to describe the relationship of Christians toward their church leaders… What kind of relationship does this verse depict between leadership and the rest of the church? What kind of authority does this verse give to local church leaders?…

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