Mission Field: The North American Rural Context II

In our last post, Mission Field: The North American Rural Context Part I, we discussed the definition, demographic, and numbers side of what makes up the North American Rural context.  Today, we will focus more upon practical application and what a strategic ministry approach to the rural context looks like.   Strategy and Application   […]

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Mission Field: The North American Urban Context

When I consider the mission field of North America (NA), Jesus’ actions and words often come to mind as a good reminder and strategic thought process for engagement. He was going through all the cities and villages, teaching and proclaiming the gospel, and healing diseases and sicknesses (Matthew 9:35). Let’s sets the stage with that […]

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Calling out the Called

About 30 years ago, a wise pastor and a group of church leaders made a decision that literally changed my life, and the lives of tens of thousands of others. As I understand the story (I wasn’t there), the pastor believed that internal and external forces placed a limit on the church’s growth potential. The […]

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