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The Great Imbalance

It is estimated that by the year 2030, 85% of the followers of Jesus worldwide will be found in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The only thing that will diminish this celebration would be to know that 40% of the world remains unreached.

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The Task at Hand

The Gospel to the nations requires strategic engagement.

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An Opportunity to See the World as God Does

God has told us to “make disciples of all nations.” If I’m honest, this is hard to do because there are a lot of people groups living in Columbus who are very different than me. I need help beginning new relationships with those who don’t share my culture and, in some cases, my language.

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Resistance Can Be Offensive

Resisting Satan can be an offensive weapon when we encounter resistance to the Gospel. We should be praying for those who are blinded to the glory of Jesus.

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Christmas for the Nations

Christmas has always been for the nations in God’s mind. Everyone and every people group is included in the plan of God.

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If I Gave You a List

Faithful praying for our global workers is directly proportional to our personal relationship with the worker, knowledge of the field where they serve, and our commitment to invest time asking for the Spirit’s direction and fruit.

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Hospitality in Action

Being hospitable is that God-ordained characteristic that indicates we are different in a very positive way. As they receive our kindness, it is natural to share about the One who has given us the motivation to be kind—the One who is our true satisfaction.

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Unencumbered: Amazing Hospitality

Pastor Dan Green and Rich Mendola provide a powerful platform for declaring the good news to the nations who live around us.

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Why Invest in the Chadian Surgical Center?

It is an excellent question, given that there are many needy places in the world today, and many people groups who need to hear the Gospel of Jesus.

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What is Ash Wednesday?

In Brazil, where I lived and worked for 15 years, it was common to see people put ashes on their forehead on Ash Wednesday—a day that is observed which coincides with the end of Carnival (Mardi Gras). For many, they sought forgiveness for the sins they committed during Carnival.

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