Sermons on Missions
All nations will be reached only with the wealth-renouncing witness of cross-cultural missionaries.
God summons us to sing, and in doing so to summon the nations to sing a new song with us.
Cornelius would not have been saved if no one had taken him the gospel. And no one will be saved today without the gospel.
Great affliction + deep poverty + abundant joy = great generosity.
May God unite us in one vision of what he is doing so that we might not only endure but delight in the design of these days.
Zeal for the glory of the Lord is zeal for the glory of his mercy or it isn't missionary zeal—and it isn't holy zeal.
God's invitation to the banquet of his eternal joy is sent through the church indiscriminately to all people.
The price will be high, but God's promise that the gospel will spread to all nations will be fulfilled by his omnipotent hand.
Jesus Christ is building his church around the world with missionaries.
God blesses us so that the nations will be blessed.
God gives special power, extraordinary power, for the extraordinary challenges of an expanding witness to Christ. How do we seek it?
The Spirit wants the world for Christ, but the goal is not yet reached.
One of the reasons we invest our lives in some insignificant ways is that we never become still enough to let the great realities hit us.
God's purpose is to be known and praised and enjoyed and feared among all the nations of the earth.