Like a pebble dropped in a pond, even the smallest actions create a ripple effect with the potential to reach across the world.
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In an article titled, State of the World and Finishing the Task, David Joannes, founder of Within Reach Global, explains the state of the world with regards to reaching the unreached.
In 1989, I began partnering with WIM Missionaries Jerry and Miok Morris in the Dominican Republic. They were church planters there for eight years. To assist in their work, they led teams of youth and adults on short-term mission trips to do street campaigns complete with music, dramas, puppets and preaching. Over the course of 26 years, Jerry and I have…
By Janine Alvarado [JAPAN] One of our big decisions was which cell group to attend because that is where we will be focusing a lot of our energy. After visiting a few, we prayed about it and decided… Read More
By Ron Mouser “We can’t have a holy church service in front of a government building with all of our unbelieving neighbors standing around watching us,” some church members had responded upon hearing my plans for the outreach…. Read More
By Chris Trueworthy (Missionary 259) Names in this true story have been changed for the sake of privacy. Mary came to church faithfully praying for her family. Once in a while, her husband, Santiago, would come and maybe… Read More
By Joshua Allen I’ve been building relationships with the Mixteco people in a town on the central coast of California. I told them about how we held a gift-giving ceremony for needy children during this past Christmas. We had prepared… Read More
By Andrew Conrad (Missionary 126) Martin had been in and out of Alcoholics’ Anonymous most of his adult life. When he was forty-five, he was diagnosed with a terminal case of liver cirrhosis and had less than a week… Read More
By Jerry Morris “Go and make disciples” was the last command Jesus gave to His disciples. Making disciples is a command not an option. In many circles and churches today, the picture of discipleship has changed from how it… Read More