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My wife and I work out of a mission center nestled at the base of the Jura mountains, not too far from Geneva. Lining the walls of our office are books, articles, journals, and dissertations dealing with missionary care. In this article, I would like to take you for a short tour of the office.
Ten principles that may be of help to others facing missionary challenges in Spain.
Only by God’s grace did I become an area administrator for the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. When asked to fill the role, my constant prayer was, “Lord, why me for this job when you have so many others much more capable than I?”
Some years ago, a zealous American armed with tracts asked my Syrian friend, Yusuf, to accompany him to the Street Called Straight in Damascus.
We grew up hearing about sending missionaries to reach people overseas, and now they are living here. It seems our North American world of “missions” is turned upside down. What is God doing?
Intentional care of missionaries as an integral part of a mission agency’s mandate is a growing reality. …Does the World Wide Web have a role in fostering missionary care and providing resources for missionaries and mission agencies?
We teach a Bible study Tuesday evenings at a Quechua congregation four kilometers outside of Sucre. Recently after the study, one of the brothers said that he had brought his nephew and wife along and that they wanted to give themselves to Christ.
When I asked a new missionary how he was doing after being on the field for a year, he replied, “Lewis, I don’t have a clue what I’m doing.”
Whether they be Christians for one year or for 20, whether they be farmers in the northeast or office workers in Bangkok, the majority of Thai Christians I have surveyed believe that Christians are able to promise God certain things so that he will answer their prayers.