Engaging Missions

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You know the Bible is critical for discipleship. But what do you do for those who can't read? Darrell Templeton of Megavoice shares how they make the Bible available for illiterate cultures worldwide.
Kevin Greeson is an expert on how to start a conversation and move to a Gospel presentation. In this episode, he shares a simple framework to connect with someone and naturally bridge the gap to the Gospel. - https://engagingmissions.com/60
Keith Smith found himself in an unusual position as he helped encourage and equip other missionaries. Now he ministers locally to refugees and globally to missionaries. Discover how you can be a "teddy bear" too.
Don Buege is the Strategy Director for e3 Partners in Russia. Listen as he shares his heart about ministry, the spiritual condition of Russia, and his joy in what God has done. - http://engagingmissions.com/134
Joshua MacLeod of Picture the Nations is real renaissance man. He runs several non-profit ministries and is using photography to help break the cycle of poverty. Listen as he shares his story.
Can short term missions actually lead to real change? Listen as Ann Hinrichs shares how God used her relationship with just one person over the years to transform her life and teach her about dependence.
After 30 years with Missionary Aviation Fellowship, God gave Regina Manley a heart for those who can't or don't like to read. Now she helps people discover how to use stories to share the Gospel.
Jim Baker was with YWAM in Hawaii. He now hosts a podcast called Doing Ministry Well and is part of a group called Red Schools. Listen to hear his story and how God is strong in Jim's weakness.
Kurt Coble is excited to see worship grow in the Church. He's passionate about different cultures inspires musicians, worship leaders, and technicians to share what God has given them for the good of Christ's body.
A struggling church and oppressed refugees set the stage for an incredible move of God. Listen as Bob Druecker shares about how compassion led him back to the church and what God's done at All Saints in Smyrna, TN.
Amy Learn's journey starts in Iowa, stops off in Washington D.C., and now has her in Cambodia. She's working with Iris, International, and has learned that everyone needs love. Her mission is to be that love for them.
What if how we approach missions work directly impacts our effectiveness and ability to connect with people? Listen as Steve Schirmer shares about creative access and how to have a presence of legitimacy.
Joshua MacLeod is a photographer and videographer. He was bad when he began but is now sponsored and published, capturing the beauty of God in the people of the world. Listen to discover the value of art on mission. - http://engagingmissions.com/136
Mike and Arlene Armstrong were happy enough with his career path as a police officer. Until God changed everything and sent them to Central America. Now they see His faithfulness and minister to others.
Bill (pen name) has been called the Indiana Jones of Southeast Asia. He spent over a decade in Borneo and now plants churches. Listen to discover what breaks his heart and fuels his passion.
Does it feel like people either discount science or faith to believe in the other? Scott Stripling shares how, in pursuing truth, He's able to look to truth in archaeology and see truth in the Bible as well.
Ramadan is a time of seeking. As Christians, we are spending time learning about the Rooms in the House of Islam and praying for God's will. Today we're focused on Syrian Refugees. - http://engagingmissions.com/88
Bryan Entzminger is the host of the Engaging Missions Show. In this episode, Alan Smith turns the tables and asks Bryan 20 questions about life, family, work, and ministry. Listen to discover how it all started. - http://engagingmissions.com/133
Miriaam Paul (pen name) is a single lady living in a majority Muslim Nation. While many might see that as a closed door, God is moving powerfully. Listen to discove how she approaches life and ministry.
Want to see your community transformed? Don't forget that the local Church plays a key role in leading people to Jesus. Listen to discover the benefits of deeper discipleship and effective evangelism.
Have you ever wondered how missionaries who travel a lot stay on top of things? Listen as Bryan Thompson shares a few of his ministry productivity secrets and how God has been using Bible stories around the world.
Caleb Suko and his family are returning to Ukraine after ten months back in the US. Discover how God called them to Ukraine, how they prioritize ministry opportunities, and distance learning in Russian-speaking countries.
Ramadan is a time of seeking. As Christians, we are spending time learning about the Rooms in the House of Islam and praying for God's will. Today we're focused on Gospel Barriers and the Nanumba of Ghana. - https://engagingmissions.com/93
Wondering what's going on with the Engaging Missions Show? Well, after some rest and hearing from you, we're returning strong but with some changes. Listen to learn more about what you can look forward to in 2018.
The call to ministry isn't always angels and rainbows. Sometimes a difficult experience can be the catalyst God uses. Listen to discover how God called Dylan Dodson and what he's doing now.
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Podcast Details

Started
Mar 26th, 2014
Latest Episode
Feb 12th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
356
Avg. Episode Length
40 minutes
Explicit
No

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