You the Missionary

You, the Missionary stresses the biblical truth that Christians and churches should move beyond being mission-minded to becoming fully missional. Missional Christians and churches accept God's commission for making disciples among every people as their own marching orders. They engage directly and personally in the efforts to take God's love and God's message to every person in the world. These missional Christians and churches are careful never to so emphasize and engage in missions in other regions that they overlook the needs of people in their own neighborhood. Every believer and every church should strive with the Holy Spirit's empowerment to be the missionary God wants and expects all His followers to be.

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You, the Missionary stresses the biblical truth that Christians and churches should move beyond being mission-minded to becoming fully missional. Missional Christians and churches accept God’s commission for making disciples among every people as their own marching orders. They engage directly and personally in the efforts to take God’s love and God’s message to every person in the world. These missional Christians and churches are careful never to so emphasize and engage in missions in other regions that they overlook the needs of people in their own neighborhood. Every believer and every church should strive with the Holy Spirit’s empowerment to be the missionary God wants and expects all His followers to be.

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Series: Missions
Genres: Christian Living, Christian Theology
Tag: Gospel
Publisher: Church Starting Network (CSN)
Publication Year: 2009
Format: Paper
Length: 120
ASIN: 0982507917
ISBN: 0982507917
List Price: 8.95
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Dr. Ebbie Smith

Ebbie C. Smith holds the Ph.D. degree in Christian Ethics and Masters Degrees in Missions and Sociology. He served 15 years as missionary in Indonesia and 24 years as Professor of Christian Ethics and Missions at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. After retirement from Southwestern, Smith has served as Chaplain in hospices and as adjunct professor at Tarrant County College.

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