This is a special edition of the Engaging Missions Show. We’ve dedicated the entire time to hearing from some of the previous guests of the show.
“Why?” you ask.
Really, two reasons.
First, God is doing amazing things in the world every day and it’s easy to lose track of that. Especially as it relates to people we’ve already heard from when we hear from new guests every week. It’s so easy to forget people when they’re not right in front of us or in our ear buds.
And, second, because I’m launching a new segment of the Engaging Missions Show. My goal is to bring you at least one “From the Field” update every week so that we don’t lose touch with the people we already know.
I hope you enjoy this special episode. Let me know what you think. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And with that, we’ll get into the updates from the field!
Curtis is launching an exciting training program to plant and multiply simple churches in the US. Please pray. And, for more information, email email@example.com
Visiting Orphans has added some exciting new extended trip options. Visit Visiting Orphans for more details.
4. Bruce Coble, Missions Pastor at Springhouse [4:50]
Since we last spoke, Bruce Coble has been on a trip to Honduras and is seeing exciting things like families going on the mission field – doctors, teachers, and professionals. He prays that more will go.
5. Steve Addison of Move [7:38]
Steve recently observed that sometimes people afraid to share their faith. And he's not immune; he recently felt a prompting to pray for a tradesman working in their home, but was fearful. The next day, he discovered that this tradesman had some deep needs and he had missed that opportunity, but God gave him another opportunity.
Beau reminded us that Ramadan starts June 18 this year. As he shared, he gave several prayer targets for Christians who want to see Muslims come to Christ.
George's most recent project has been to help workers use scripted Bible stories to engage learners in obeying Jesus' commands. They are available for download.
Be a Fully Funded Missionary is a side project for Darius, who is also a full-time missionary. He's heard some great success stories and shared a special discount code for his full program. (You'll have to listen to get the code.)
Jordan shared that she's been serving in Honduras for 8 months, helping part-time as a teacher's aide as well as handling video and media communications. She's committed to an additional year of service and would love to have your prayers.
10. Brent Bazler [16:00]
Brent shared about an upcoming 5k run to benefit missions, an upcoming Discipleship Training School (DTS), and Nepali relief. To learn more, check out YWAMNashville.org.
Alan shared about an upcoming trip to Israel and a ministry opportunity in the Williamston area of Kentucky to help the impoverished children in the area. And he's taking a team of people to the Apalachian Mountain area of East Tennessee. If you'd like to be involved through prayer or contributions, reach out to Alan.
12. Donna King of The Sweet Refuge [20:56]
Donna shared about how God used Operation Christmas Child and Samaritan's Purse to bring people to Christ. If you'd like to know more about them, you can order My Name Is… on Amazon or Abba Father Media.
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