This week’s episode of Engaging Missions is one you won’t want to miss! Our guest, Andrea (pen name for security reasons), discusses the power of telling the stories of Scripture in reaching people for Christ. She and Bryan talk about the Fall of Man in Genesis 3, the steadfast love of God, and the impact storytelling has on people.
Andrea currently leads a ministry that implements discussion-based ministry and Bible study to deepen people’s faith. She has seen amazing things that God has done through this ministry, and hearing her stories (both of Scripture and the ministry) are truly encouraging.
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What we talked about
[00:33] – Episode summary
[02:54] – Introduction
[04:21] – Why storytelling is so effective
[05:42] – What is your favorite Bible story and why?
[11:26] – Seasons of difficulty
[12:59] – How has God worked in the hard season?
[13:51] – Beneficial personal habits
[15:00] – Engaging Missions Leadership Moment
[18:35] – The specifics of ministry
[20:51] – What is inductive Bible study?
[22:32] – Laying a framework for inductive Bible study
[28:02] – What is your passion?
[29:40] – What inspired the phrase “heart-pocket”?
[30:37] – What kinds of changes do you see in the future?
[32:23] – Do you have your stories through podcast?
[35:19] – The unique methods of the ministry
[39:07] – The great Harvest and the few laborers
[42:15] – The value of the Old and New Testament
[44:55] – Resources
Resources & Contact Info
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