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As part of our landmark "Disciple: What it Means to Follow Jesus" series, Chris Carr teaches "Advance!" from Matthew 26 & 28.
The mission – Be in the world, representing Jesus to the world, proclaiming His Gospel message and seeking to win more devoted followers to Him.
Even in oral cultures people respect and desire the written holy scriptures, but many people do not have God's Word in their own language in a form they can read.
What exactly is the mission that Jesus has entrusted to us? Listen to hear the “famous last words” of Christ, the Great Commission or the King's Commission.
Psalm 117 is a song of praise directed to the Gentile nations. In it, we find three global applications regarding the glory of God. First, if for no other reason, praise the Lord for the global impact of His faithful love to Israel. Second, praise the Lord by your zeal for His global mission. Indeed, we ought to be driven by the desire for people of every nation to praise the Lord, not simply for their own sake, but primarily for the Lord's sake, since He alone is worthy to be praised. Third, praise the Lord, the object of global worship in the age to come. The global message, mission, and hope of Psalm 117 is partially realized today, but it will be fully realized in the age to come.
Are you drawn to Jesus? Does he have your heart? Listen as pastor Jody Sledge calls us to see how Jesus' death draws us to himself and what that means for our everyday lives.
The series wraps up by covering how to become a disciple of Jesus Christ, how to help others become disciples and remembering where others are coming from.
In this sermon pastor Steve looks at the call on every believer to the nations. He shares a number of testimonies of people who have been reraching.
Jesus was clear that his gospel was to go to the ends of the earth. Yet our prejudices often hinder us from going to those who are not like us. Listen as pastor Brian Curtis calls us to see in the story of Peter and Cornelius a conversion of heart and of mind.