Foreign Servants: EXTENSIONS of your local church!
Explore the Scriptural foundation for working together in indigenous church planting, and consider twelve important points for churches that send missionaries.
A sermon by Joe Root, ABT Advisory Council Member
Is the mandate of the Kingdom for me? What does it mean for my life today, and tomorrow?
A sermon by Dale Heisey
How will God judge those who have never heard the Gospel? How will He judge those who have not shared it?
A sermon by Emanuel Esh
Brother Val says, “We must get in the face of evil with uncarnal weapons. Someone has said that we are going to lose our young people to either apostasy or martyrdom. Our young people have a God-given passion. . .Will their feet run to preach the gospel of peace and bring glad tidings. . .or will they hug pigskin and run for the end-zone?"
A sermon by Val Yoder at REACH 2017
Additional recordings from REACH 2017 are available at ChristianLearning.org.”
Indigenous Church Planting
Be prepared! You may be called to evangelize and disciple people of another culture, who interpret everything you say through a worldview grid very different from your own.
Steve Sanford tells how a maturing indigenous church developed among one previously unreached people group. A recording from EXPLORE ABT 2018.
Information about people groups and languages, including population, how many profess to believe in Jesus, and whether the Bible is available in their language.
Click here to sign up for daily prayer requests for unreached people groups.
Witness the Mouk tribe of Papua New Guinea as they respond dramatically to the Gospel, after the story of Jesus was presented in its full context starting with Creation.
Better yet, watch Ee-taow 2: The Next Chapter, which also includes an overview of Part 1.
A Bible translator in Papua New Guinea explains in a simple way some challenges that face the translator, then demonstrates a few of his tools and techniques. This four-part series is valuable as a help to understanding Bible translation.