As Kingdom-minded leaders, we’re commissioned to carry the Gospel “to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8). However, not everyone is called to be a missionary in a foreign land. Because churches are filled with doctors, teachers, coaches and people from various occupations, how do they cultivate a missional mindset as part of their culture? Learn more about how every church – large or small – can touch the people groups of the world.
Lon McPherson is the founding pastor of Liberty Church in Du Quoin, Illinois, and supporting global, Christ-centered organizations is one of Liberty’s core values. In fact, this church has provided significant support to world missions since it was established in 1989. Pastor McPherson spreads the news of how they’ve successfully created a foundation of support to enable Christ-centered ministry to be carried out across the nations.
Big or small, every church leader should have some expression of reaching beyond themselves to touch the people groups of the world.
When we talk about missions, some people tune out. They think that missions is for someone else, but it’s not for a select few. It’s for every believer.
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