LET THE NATIONS BE GLAD
By John Piper
Missions is not the ultimate goal of the Church. Worship is. Missions exist because worship doesn't. Worship is ultimate, not missions, because God is ultimate, not man.
THE GLOBAL THREAD THROUGH SCRIPTURE
Aspects of Christ's global cause can be found in every book of the Bible. Read straight through the passages listed here in one sitting. Watch how this grand theme weaves its way from Genesis to Revelation.
PRACTICAL IDEAS FOR CARING FOR MISSIONARIES
Before They Leave, ask them what their needs are (materially and spiritually), and pray earnestly for them. Help them to find information about the country they are going to and the people they will be working among by going to the library, reading missions periodicals, keeping an eye out for articles in the daily paper.
FINISH THE MISSION
By Andrew Knight
The following primer is designed to be used as a bible study, discussion pamphlet, or even given in seminar form with a fill-in version. May God use this resource to further his kingdom cause in this world and truly finish the remaining mission.
AMAZING COUNTDOWN FACTS
These statistics are a few years old but it is amazing to see the growth and the potential for the global body of Christ in fulfilling the Great Commission. Matthew 24:14 says, "And this Gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come."
AMONG ALL NATIONS
The design of this study is to discover God’s global heart throughout the Scriptures and learn how to live in light of it daily. Each week you are given passages from throughout the Bible to study and help you discover God’s heart.
We can learn a great deal from the men and women that have gone before us. Included here are short biographies of Brother Andrew, Jim Elliott, William Carey, Amy Carmichael, David Livingstone, William Townsend, Saint Patrick, William Borden, Mary Slessor, and Lottie Moon.
BRIEF BIOS OF DIFFERENT MISSIONARIES
FOUR MEN, THREE ERAS
by Ralph Winter
"The Bible is a missionary book throughout. The main line of argument that binds all of it together is the unfolding and gradual execution of a missionary purpose."