Kevin DeYoung and Brooks Buser discuss what missionary candidates should know and read before going to the field as well as some of the issues that are happening in missions today.
Why should church planting be the primary focus of missions? In session 8, Mark Dever walks through the biblical support for the primacy of the church.
All believers are called to be ambassadors for the Lord Jesus. But what makes someone a competent ambassador? Further still, what makes someone a competent cross-cultural gospel ambassador? Wayne Chen breaks down the skills and character necessary for such competence.
It is a sure thing that the Lord will use the suffering of His people to see The Great Commission accomplished. As God's people we must embrace His ways if we are going to participate.
How should we think about the many reports, from missionaries, of thousands of churches being planted and hundreds of thousands of people responding to the gospel? Our brother Harshit helps us think biblically about how to evaluate these claims.
Pastor John Piper exposits Matt 28:19 and gives an explanation for Who the Nations are that Jesus is referring to.
Where did the Apostles learn the Gospel and how were they taught by Jesus to proclaim it? Pastor Chad Vegas walks us through the implication of their message and their methods.
Pastor Mark Dever encourages us to continue to be faithful to the Gospel and The Great Commission by pointing out that God’s purposes to make himself known through the Church will not go unfulfilled. Ephesians 3:7-13.
The model of staying long-term to see one local church planted among one unreached language group is biblical and adorns the gospel in a way that is lasting. In this opening session at RMC21 Brooks Buser walks through the lives of Adoniram Judson and John Paton as...
Mark Dever and Brooks Buser discuss missions and church planting movements.