Missions

There’s No “MY” in Kingdom of God

If you are a sports fan, you’ve heard the old cliché a thousand times – “There’s no I in TEAM.”  While the cliché may be ancient, it’s still packed with ...

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U.S. churches must choose between missions, death

Baptists must turn back to God and get on mission with Him soon or they will die. That was the stark message presented by missions leader Joe Dillon to hundreds ...

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Despite struggles, Woodside pastor would ‘do it all again’

NEW YORK – Every time Trinidad went to work at the Laundromat on 48thAvenue in Woodside, Queens, she couldn’t help but notice Iglesia Bautista Nueva Vida across the street. As ...

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The Power of the Vision Tour

I have the privilege each year to lead vision tours with pastors and mission leaders of North Carolina Baptist churches. The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina strongly believes in ...

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Being a Good Partner in the Field

Last week I wrote about how a church can be a good partnering church to a planter (Click here). This week I am writing from the other perspective: How can ...

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America is Changing and so Must Your Ministry – Part Four

Today, Cross the Culture wraps up a four-part series examining the changing face of the American population and the implications for ministry these changes necessitate. Based upon a presentation by ...

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Toronto Partnership: One Year Later

When Dan Collison showed us the map, most of it was blank. The colored dots on the map represented a new church plant, or an area where there was an ...

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Toronto the Good?

Growing up in a rural town in North Carolina, I would hear people say, “What happens in California will eventually get to us here in North Carolina.”  The accuracy of ...

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