Unworthy Missionaries

Recently I was sitting in a Missions Conference and I was hearing another missionary present his field. As I sat there, my mind started to think about how to present the need of Portugal and our ministry there. I began thinking of things I could say that would make my presentation more appealing than the […]

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A Sad Number

In conversation today with a friend of ours that is preparing to go to Portugal as a missionary (Praise the Lord for that!). I was made aware of the number of people that die every day in Portugal without Christ. Today about 330 people will die in the country of Portugal. Of these, 327 will […]

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The Missional Value of New Testament Baptism (Part 3)

Any study of Biblical baptism testifies to the fact that New Testament baptism has missional value. When John the Baptist baptized, his baptismal candidates “were baptized of him in Jordan, confessing their sins.” (Matt. 3:6). John’s baptism was a very public phenomena and the people gathered to witness them were themselves encouraged to repent. Weather you […]

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The Missional Value of New Testament Baptism (Part 2)

I trusted Jesus as my Savior as a 13 year-old boy, in a very Roman Catholic culture. Until then, I was convinced that I had a good chance of getting to heaven if I did my best and continued in the religion I had been raised in. As many others, I was trusting in good […]

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