Calvinism Fuels Missions | John

from “Calvinism kills missions!” many say. After all, if God has already chosen some to save before the foundation of the world, while leaving others to be damned, then why should we bother preaching the gospel to the nations? The elect are going to be saved and none of the rest will be. But […]

What We Could Learn From the African Church | J. Lee Grady

from Charisma Magazine Persecution has kept Africa’s church strong. I have interviewed Nigerian Christians whose hands and arms were sliced off by knife-wielding Islamic terrorists. I also know African pastors who have been directly opposed by witchdoctors with occult powers. Christians in Africa today are perhaps better equipped to address the reality of Christ’s power […]

David Platt | Every Day a Missions Trip

from “Paul said it like this: “No soldier gets entangled in civilian pursuits, since his aim is to please the one who enlisted him.” Don’t most of us do the opposite? We busy ourselves with “civilian pursuits” and occasionally jump into the battle when we feel compelled. Kingdom service is something we visit on […]

From the Mailbag!

Special Podcast Version including a Bonus Segment! Mike finally opens the mailbag to read and answer emails from listeners, on subjects such as John MacArthur and “Lordship Salvation”, Rob Bell and Hell, and Roman Catholicism. Plus, special guest Donna Reine talks about her missions work in Canada and India. Listen now– Podcast Download MP3