Today, Pray for a Missionary Couple in Europe

Pray for a missionary couple in Europe that are engaging with the people and helping to tell their stories. They work with a media team that focuses on communicating what God is doing throughout Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East and Africa. While one focuses on writing and editing the other’s emphasis is photojournalism and multimedia production. The world […]

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The Great Commission and the Digimodern Age

Part One: Thanks to social media, news and events move at a break-neck speed. Think of the Arab Spring, Ferguson, or other current events and movements in which Twitter, Facebook, and other social media connections caused a tipping point of awareness and engagement. We are in a new age of communication, the digimodern age according […]

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Today, Pray for a Family in South Asia

Today, we’re asking you to pray for a family serving in the southern delta region of Bangladesh amongst the Islamic bengali people. They are currently providing theological training for local pastors and discipling a believer whom they are praying will pastor a church that he’s growing out of an underground Bible study. “Let our hearts […]

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Pray for a Family in South Asia

Today, we’re asking for your prayers for a family serving in South Asia. Recently God has allowed them to start up a small group of 5 men that are hungry to know God’s Word. The wife has also just recently met up with a local woman who has a desire to reach her people with […]

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Today, Pray for a Missionary in India

This young man lives in a city of about 3 million people in India. He’s working with local pastors to equip and empower them to make disciples and plant churches all over the city, eventually extending out into all the districts of the state in which they live. Targeting the urban center is a new […]

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A Response to the Chapel Hill Shooting

Shooting. Death. Tragedy. Confusion. Each of these words came to mind yesterday when three college students tragically lost their lives. There are questions of motive, media coverage, and religion. While questions of this nature play a role in the ongoing cultural discussion, they tend to overshadow the core of this tragic event. Three human beings […]

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Pray for Missionaries

If you pay attention to our official Twitter or Instagram accounts, you may have seen President Akin riding an elephant. A little context here. Every year, the first two weeks of January give our office the special opportunity to go and teach our students currently serving on the mission field. As officially a part of the […]

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Missions Forum: January 28

Are you interested in serving as a missionary? Are you curious on how the International Mission Board sends missionaries around the world? On January 28, the Center for Great Commission Studies is hosting a Missions Forum designed to give information on how you can get to the field and serve with the International Mission Board […]

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Pray for Missionaries During the Holidays

“Let our hearts be filled with the assurance that prayer offered in living faith in the living God will bring certain and abundant answer.” – Andrew Murray Missions is not a solitary effort. Our men, women, and families depend upon your prayers on behalf of their people and ministries. Each Tuesday you can invest in […]

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Why Mormons Fear the Beard

Knee bone connected to the thigh bone Thigh bone connected to the hip bone Hip bone connected to the back bone . . . Dem bones is a catchy tune from childhood that most children are familiar with in some version. While this song didn’t help me in my college Anatomy & Physiology course, it […]

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