The Value and Power of Short-term Missions in the World

Episode 196 - Brian Buckelew

Today, Brian Buckelew visits us to share about the importance of short term missions. He has been on more than 15 trips and has many stories of God’s miraculous movements in the world. Although he is not a full-time missionary or minister, he clearly has a heart for spreading the Gospel throughout the world.

From India to Ukraine, to many other nations, Brian has worked to tell others about Jesus. During the show, he expresses his deep passion for missions, and he encourages us all to find where the Lord wants us to minister.

What we talked about

  • 00:23 – Episode summary
  • 01:51 – A Moment from Scott McClelland
  • 02:27 – Introduction
  • 02:53 – Takeaways from short term missions
  • 04:26 – How have missions trips impacted you?
  • 05:53 – Ways God has shown Himself
God does amazing things when we get together and we come in agreement. - Brian Buckelew #missions Click To Tweet
  • 10:14 – Can short term missions bring unity?
Don’t just pack your bags; pack your spiritual quiver. - Brian Buckelew #missions Click To Tweet
  • 20:32 – Partnering with local ministries
  • 22:31 – Learning more about the Holy Spirit
  • 25:38 – Stand-out short term trips
If you can’t go, send! - Brian Buckelew #missions Click To Tweet
  • 34:35 – Knowing the right time to go
  • 38:05 – Fighting the fear
  • 46:53 – Closing remarks

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Brian Buckelew

Brian Buckelew

Marketplace Minister, Missionary

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