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Missions Begins at Home

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Missions isn't a biblical word, but a biblical idea. Missions begins at home. Link to rest of the article from IMB: HERE  

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Reports from Across the World

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One of the Arabic speakers headed with the Hungary team to work with Muslim refugees shared that she shared the 3 circles with in the airport. -Jill R.

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Christian Business Leader Training

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I was involved in the Texas A&M Christian Business Leaders training. It was great!! It was cool to see so many people take ownership so quickly. I think we ended up praying for around 40-50 and sharing the gospel 11 times when we went out on campus, and that’s with no...

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Watching God Move

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Tonight’s activity from groups that reported: 25 people prayed for, 14 gospel shares - all in about an hour or so! There were stories of people in desperate need of prayer, and stories of responses as our team shared the gospel. This evening was neat for me personally. I got to go out...

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Sharing with Muslim Friends

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We caught a glimpse of one of our students speaking with some men tonight. He has been going out with another team in Frisco, helping them reach a predominately Muslim community. So encouraging to see one of our students doing this! -Jill R. Be encouraged to join in the effort. Join us for a...

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Nerves?

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I had the chance to train a couple of folks at my office in the 4-1-1 today! There was another building tenant hanging around afterward who mentioned he gets nervous thinking about sharing the gospel. I was able to encourage him with the stoplight analogy, the three circles, and an invitation to...

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God's Still In Control

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My dad called me up yesterday to go knock on the neighbor's door this morning to share the gospel. The wife came to the door and gave us a red light. Pray that God will give my dad an opportunity to speak with his neighbor. -Doug H.

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