Nov 12, 2019
Great Commission Update - Good News from Around The World
Greg Kelley and Rusty Humphries are covering exciting ground in this episode!
You'll meet students from a refugee camp in Tanzania that graduated from a World Mission training program. We are also introducing you to new converts from a region of India that is 80% Hindu and 20% Muslim. It is hard to believe that there are any Christians yet 6 new Christians were baptized this past week in this unreached area. Finally, we are talking about the ways God is opening the door in the disaster-prone country of the Philippines. Despite 4 recent 6.0+ earthquakes, the gospel is going forward through World Mission national leaders!
Our Mission World Mission delivers the Word of God in audio format to oral learners living in unreached people groups. We believe that it is our responsibility as Christians to follow the Great Commission, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Matthew 28:19-20). While it is always our desire to reach everyone, anywhere, we specifically focus our efforts on reaching the Unreached; those throughout the world who have never had the opportunity to hear the gospel and accept Jesus Christ.
Core Values Prayerfully led by the Word of God and following the Holy Spirit’s leading, our ultimate objective is to fulfill the Great Commission by seeing the lost develop a meaningful relationship with Christ. We strive to be focused and disciplined; fulfilling our mission will always receive the best of our time, energy and resources. We seek to always maintain positive attitudes, building team members up and never speaking thoughtless words about one another. We believe the gospel is most effectively presented in a holistic context and that national leaders led by the Holy Spirit are the most effective ground laborers to implement our mission and engage unreached peoples. We welcome volunteers who are led to serve at World Mission and will provide a positive environment for them to use their gifts.