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Engaging Missions

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A weekly Religion, Spirituality and Christianity podcast featuring Bryan Entzminger
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Isn't it just like God to use something seemingly small, like shrimp, to make a MASSIVE impact in the Kingdom? It might seem like Jeremy Wainwright just suddenly decided to make a change, but really, God was working in his heart long before his
It's been a little over 6 months since I published the most recent episode of the Engaging Missions Show. When we started 2020, I let you know that I was going to publish "when I could" and so far, I haven't. Here's what's going on, what's plan
Sometimes stepping out in faith can seem scary. Listen as Don Armstead shares how God's shown His faithfulness and providence through years of professional transitions, leading worship, church transitions, and more. Full Episode Notes: http://e
Wondering how Facebook Groups could help missionaries? Or how spiritual formation can help build community. Listen as Eric Nevins shares what he's learned when building the Christian Podcasters Association. Facebook Groups can be a distraction
Even in missions work, people may leave if they're not seeing quick results, creating new difficulties. As Adrianna Manaugh shares, it's often faithfulness over years and decades that makes a significant impact. One way we can be more like Jesu
If we'll listen, we can learn a great deal from history. Listen to discover what God has done throughout the centuries and how we can all be involved. Learning about the history of missions can help us see what God is up to in the world today.
Right now, people around the world are hearing about the Good News of Jesus through the radio and digital media. Carol VanDyken tells us about TWR – international Christian media ministry, an organization that spreads the Gospel through the air
The Bible is God’s letter to all people, and it’s central in teaching us about who God is. Douglas Search joins the show to share about how he is working to get more Bibles in more hands across the world. Doug has travelled to places like Kenya
For those interested in missions, it is important to remember that entering the mission field is a process. This week on Engaging Missions, Briel Kjetland shares about the work she’s doing to become a missionary associate. Since graduating from
The call of Jesus is always more radical than we would like to think. One of His calls throughout the Gospels is to take care of the poor. Keith Giles felt God leading him to serve those in need by starting a house church that gave 100 percent
When Jesus rose and returned to the Father, He left us the Holy Spirit and the Scriptures. For some people, hearing the Bible read in a woman’s voice is the best way for them to come and know Jesus. On this episode, Ann White joins to talk abou
It can be hard to believe that slavery is still real. Listen as Cory Nickols shares not only the reality of slavery right now, but also how God, through Destiny Rescue, is setting people free from slavery. Child Sponsorship: http://engagingmiss
You know the Bible is critical for discipleship. But what do you do for those who can't read? Darrell Templeton of http://megavoice.com/engagingmissions (Megavoice) shares how they make the Bible available for illiterate cultures worldwide. - C
Many people think they are Christian but have never heard the Gospel. Dean Inserra joins the show to talk about “cultural Christianity” and how to reach these people with Jesus. In his new book, The Unsaved Christian, he talks about different f
The Muslim community is more open to the Gospel now than ever before. Fouad Masri joins the show to share about his ministry towards Muslims, the Crescent Project. The goal is to inspire equip Christians to bring the Good News to Muslims throug
God is moving and working in India through Love Never Fails International. Johnathan Kraus shares about the organization and how they work to serve children in the slums. They provide education, food, health care, and the Gospel to these childr
When looking at history, it seems like church movements have a cycle of rising and falling. Steve Addison joins the show to talk about his new book called The Rise and Fall of Movements and how God works in that cycle. He speaks on how believer
Even if you are not called to be a missionary, you are called to live a missional lifestyle. David P. Jacob is a missionary and teacher who encourages others to live missionally. Right now, he is the director of Center for Missionary Mobilizati
In this shorter episode of the Engaging Missions Show, we talk about free stuff, continuing education, conferences, partnership opportunities, and more. Check it out and share it with your friends. Full Show Notes: http://engagingmissions.com/
Learning to love others long-term is a big part of missions and ministry. Sometimes that love can be easier said than done. In this week’s episode, Ann Hinrichs joins us again to talk about her new book, Just One, which is about her long friend
Failure as a leader doesn't need to define us. In fact, early failure can lead to growth. Listen as Scott McClelland of FX Missions shares from his experience and explains what leadership profiles are.  What We Talked AboutHow do the leaders we
Obeying Jesus’ commands is important if you want to be His disciple. One of those is to go into all the world and share the Good News. Bevin Ginder joins the show to talk about mobilization and its role in the Great Commission. For him, wheneve
What can we learn from leaders past and present? Quite a bit, as it turns out. Scott McClelland shares a leadership profile of William Carey’s leadership journey and how it’s impacted him as a leader. Resources & Contact Infohttp://www.missionf
When the Church is obeying Jesus, communities and neighborhoods become better. Our guest, Gregory (pseudonym), shares about his ministry in Cyprus, which includes a church, a coffee shop, and a ministry training school. He cares deeply about sh
God loves to use each person’s gifts to lead others to Jesus. Our guest today, Jonathan Frederick, has an entrepreneurial podcast that he sees as ministry. On his show, he interviews different types of people and works to show them God’s love.
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