In the first three months of having the Bible in his own language, Molesse read Genesis, Ruth, 1 and 2 Samuel, Daniel, Jonah, Malachi and the whole New Testament. And since at this point the Bible in Lolo consists of the New Testament and selected portions of the Old Testament, that was the whole thing. In three months.
Why does God refer to missionaries as "gifts" to the church (Ephesians 4:11-12)? When I visited Community Baptist Church in Montoursville, Pennsylvania, this summer, I found some great answers.
Pastor Ben Hazen believes that when people see God's plan from the beginning was to reach the world, they find a sense of purpose, and the church benefits.
Fans go to see sports games for the action. But to see the equipment manager? No. Missions is the same way.
Do you want to serve God well? Here are some things missionaries have learned.
Watching Paiye retell the Easter story is a great way to remember what today is about and share it...
The way you view the relationship between missionaries and the church might not be biblical.
God’s Word has lasting impact when people hear it in their own language, hold it in their hands and read it.
Can you imagine what it’s like for someone to read God’s Word in their language for the first time? You can make that happen today.