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I’m really happy to bring Kevin Greeson to you today. As Ramadan 2015 approaches, I think you’ll find that our time together was surprisingly appropriate.
Kevin knows a lot about movements among Muslims, starting movements the way Jesus did, and how to get from “hello” to a conversation about the Gospel.
I do want to let you know up-front that this interview was not our typical format. We spent a little time getting to know about Kevin but most of our time on understanding the simple framework for how to get from “hello” to a meaningful conversation about the Gospel. And we touched on the one thing that may be the most effective bridge in every situation.
There are a number of resources in the show notes that I’m sure you’ll want to check out. read more…
Godliness guards the path of the blameless, but the evil are misled by sin. (Proverbs 13:6 NLT)
After significant personal failure, God let Steve VanDyke to a missions trip in India. That trip shifted his values and God led his family to India. They’re now in Thailand, sharing the love of Christ with Buddhists. – http://engagingmissions.com/59read more
While on a mission trip to Laos, Troy Cooper was convicted about how a “successful” ministry wasn’t impacting lostness. What happened between him and God has shaped his ministry going forward. – http://engagingmissions.com/58read more
After 17 years in full-time ministry, Anthony Ferriell discovered FieldUSA and God led him in a new direction. As we talked, Anthony shared what he’s discovered about finding time and doing things of lasting value. – http://engagingmissions.com/57read more
Scott McClelland is a business owner who is involved in short-term missions. In our chat, he shared how short-term missions can be valuable and transformative. Listen to discover what God’s done in his life. – http://engagingmissions.com/56read more
Selena Headley is a teacher and leadership developer in South Africa. Her focus on training young leaders to apply Biblical principles to crush the practical ravages of Apartheid will bear fruit for years to come. – http://engagingmissions.com/54read more
About 5 years ago, Christ’s command and promise – follow and I’ll teach you to fish for people – took on new life for Steve Addison. Listen as he shares his journey and how God is ministering through their network.read more
Lee Wood was abandoned as a child and trapped by cocaine until he connected with God through a New Testament on a boat. Now he is an apostolic church planter who loves Jesus and trains others to do the same. – http://engagingmissions.com/52read more
Jonn Key thought he was going to be a missionary to Mexico. Now, he’s the director of Community Servants in Tennessee, where he ministers to refugees and has begun training missionaries for cross-cultural ministry. – http://engagingmissions.com/51read more
Beau Burnham was raised in church but it was never very important to him until God stepped in during a time of struggle in his marriage. Now he is reconciled to God and his family and shares God’s love with others. – http://engagingmissions.com/50read more
John Stephenson was the son of an atheist and a drug addict. Like many in his family, he was likely destined for prison until God got ahold of him. Now, he gives life to those around him. – http://engagingmissions.com/49read more
Bruce Coble spent 3 years teaching the Bible in Zimbabwe and is now a Missions Pastor in the US. He encourages and supports missionaries, leads missions trips, prepares people for missions, and disciples Believers.read more
Just six months prior to leaving on furlough, Zack Woolwine was beginning to see progress in his ministry. When he left, he was concerned about the ministry. And when he checked in, the results were astounding.read more
Mike Peters and his family minister in a largely atheist area of Europe. Following God’s lead, they established a non-profit agency to meet practical needs, connect with the community, and share the love of Christ.read more
Gabby Oechsle is a freshman at Lee University. Last summer, she went on a missions trip to Kenya with her youth group. While we talked, she shared several deep insights God has revealed to her over the years.read more