Mission Trips: Keeping it in the Family

Q and A with Jordan Mathias: Missions and mission trips are nothing new to the Mathias family. My wife, Page, and I lived and served in the Middle East for a number of years. As a family now living in the US, we pray and look for opportunities to share the gospel with our neighbors. […]

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Mission Trip Recaps and Forward-Looking

Guest Writer: Daniel Rice What if you knew you would likely be returning home permanently in about a year, but you just got to visit for a week? Well that is how my wife Tara and I felt about the SEBTS mission trip to Japan. Over spring break, we joined a diverse team of twenty […]

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Redemption Hill Celebrates 5 Years!

Church planting is always teetering on the edge of succeeding (which is hard to define, but what I have in view is the pastor’s salary is being paid and the congregation can continue to meet—you know, the minimum) or utter failure. When we get reports of churches not just succeeding, but thriving, it is time […]

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National Pastors Learn Contextual Truth for Tribal Tongue

Post by Dr. Scott Hildreth, Director of The Center for Great Commission Studies Contextualization: Teaching Sound Theology Cross-Culturally Kevin VanHoozer writes: “If theology is to serve the church, the new challenge is how to give local expression to the understanding of the faith. . .” This is true. Theology represents human beings seeking understanding from […]

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Celebrating DAY ONE!

Jordan Branch, pastor of Calvary Church in Lakewood, CO has put together a video capturing their launch day as a church plant, and also the baptisms that occurred—baptisms on DAY ONE! Celebrate with Calvary Church and the Lord Jesus in this work, and continue to pray for these brothers and sisters. This past Sunday was […]

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A New Plant in Connecticut: “Will you Pray for Me?”

1 Samuel 12 is a moving scene of repentance and conviction in the life of Israel. Upon having their sin revealed to them, Israel pleas for Samuel to intercede and pray for them. Samuel’s response to their plea is a beautiful example for us today. People make the request often, “Will you pray for me?” […]

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New Year Pleas from SE Asia

Hello PR Team, Since our last update we have had 6 short term teams visit.  We have traveled to villages in 2 other countries.  We have also been working through the grief of many colleagues returning to the USA. Like everyone else with our organization we have been asked to consider returning to the USA. […]

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