Many folks contribute to the success of any venture. In church ministry, there are many people at work “behind the scenes” helping those with a more public persona. In many circles, a person who ministers while earning a living from non-ministerial employment is called a “tent maker.” Today, Don Shade, shares about his experience and […]
Knowing a lot about someone is not the same as truly knowing them. James Fife, missionary to Togo, shares information with us that helps us better know this great God we know, love, and serve.
Some moments in life make you stop and exclaim “My goodness! How great God is!” In this paragraph, Paul pauses in his writing to the Roman church and does just that. He praises God for the work He has done and the work in which He has allowed Paul to be a part. Listen as […]
One of the most necessary items in the life of the one following Jesus the Messiah is a character of compassion. This is the person who can see people as God sees them, and love them as He loves them. James Yuen, missionary to Hong Kong, explains how this vital trait is developed in our […]
Our Missionary Conference begins today with our guest speaker, Mike Martin from Baptist World Missions. He shares with us from 2 Corintthians 4 how God delights in doing what seems impossible – providing power in pots and bringing life from death. This is all done so that the Light of Jesus is clearly seen by […]
This morning, our missionary to Albania, Norman Brewer, shares thoughts from the book of Colossians about Paul’s ministry to a place he had not personally visited. The parallel is interesting! We, too, can have a heart for people whom we have not yet met!
We are privileged to have Jonathan Facenda sharing from God’s Word and his own personal testimony how God uses everyday circumstances and situations to highlight His great power and presence. Jonathan and his family live full-time in South Korea where they serve the city of Daegu through International Baptist Church.
We enter our annual Mission Conference with a reminder that the work involves us, but it is never about us. Missionary Stephen Borror shares lessons from the life of Jesus – specifically about the feeding of the 5,0000 – that apply to the challenge of global missions. With God, all things are possible!