A marketplace Christian is someone who is serving God in business. They create wealth and find creative solutions to world problems.
Missionaries in OMF and around the world are sharing the gospel through the means of Facebook Ads, direct messaging, Interactive Voice Response and other digital tools.
There are no perfect astronauts or church leaders and there are certainly no perfect missionaries out there. But by God’s grace, he equips those he calls and we are looking for those who are receptive to that process.
Right now, you don’t need anything added to your list of problems. Life is uncertain and we’re all asking questions. What does COVID-19 mean to the future of the church, nonprofits, daily life?
For most of the day, my stomach can accept spice, oil, new textures and all different adventurous flavors. At those times, apart from my height and my skin tone, I can blend in with the locals. But at breakfast time I’m a wimp. I just want toast or cereal.
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Thank you for investing in the lives of unreached people throughout East Asia. Your faithful prayers are making a difference.
With everything that’s occurred in 2020, we wanted to pause and highlight some of our favorite blogs that feel more relevant today than when we wrote them.
There are so many ways you can invest in the life of your missionary’s overall health. Steve and Kathy Weemes who support churches in their mission journey shared several tips to help you be intentional about supporting your missionaries.
Supporting a missionary involves a bigger commitment than signing a check once a month. Many churches do a great job with finances and prayer; but it also takes a commitment of love. Imagine what could happen if your church members cared deeply about your missionary families and the people they work with?