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Reflecting on 2014 and Looking Forward to 2015

Reflecting on 2014 and Looking Forward to 2015

It has been over two years since our family moved out of Thailand to serve at the U.S. Center for World Mission. So much has happened since that time, but I wanted to just take a moment to give you a quick reflection on 2014 as we move into 2015. Revitalization This...

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Children Refuse To Deny Jesus in Iraq

Children Refuse To Deny Jesus in Iraq

Below is the testimony of Cannon Andrew White on what continues to take place in Iraq with the displaced Christian communities.  Remember these communities in prayer. "I saw under the altar the souls of all who had been martyred for the word of God and for being...

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Highlights From ISFM 2014

Highlights From ISFM 2014

ISFM stands for the International Society for Frontier Missiology.  Founded in 1986, the society feeds into the International Journal of Frontier Missions, which is published both in print and available online for free. Every year in connection with the North American...

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Rick Warren Calls Pastors To Repent of Localism

Rick Warren Calls Pastors To Repent of Localism

At the Exponential West Conference held recently at Saddleback Church, Rick Warren called Pastors to repent of what he called "localism" and to join him in adopting the final 3,000 plus unreached unengaged people groups. Warren, author of the Purpose Drive Life (32...

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Missio Nexus and Steve Moore’s Leadership

Missio Nexus and Steve Moore’s Leadership

Steve Moore has been the President of Missio Nexus since its inception in 2011.  During this year's annual North American Mission Leader's conference, Moore announced that this would be his last year leading Missio Nexus. I will give some back story on the formation...

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Beavers, Mallards, Eagles & The Mission of God

Beavers, Mallards, Eagles & The Mission of God

Missiologist Ralph D. Winter once said he saw three types of World Christians characterized by three kinds of animals; beavers, mallards, and eagles. In an article in Mission Frontiers, Bruce Graham writes, “If a local fellowship of Christians is to be effective in...

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The 5 Essential M’s of Global Mission

The 5 Essential M’s of Global Mission

Jesus Christ gave his followers 5 essentials for global mission, what some call, "Great Commission Mandates."   "Great" because they are of highest priority. "Commission" because they are specific instructions. "Mandates"because they are official orders from the...

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21Project Impacting University Students

21Project Impacting University Students

The 21Project, held on our Pasadena campus, ran from July 13th- August 2nd, 2014.  Over 200 university leaders representing 50+ universities gathered for three full weeks of morning and evening sessions. 21 Project is a collaborative leadership training school. The...

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People Like Us Support Missionaries

People Like Us Support Missionaries

There are still people in the world who regularly support missionaries and their ministries as a part of their regular giving.  What are they like?  Why do they support the work of missions when others don't? Below are a few reasons why people like us support...

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About Me

John Lambert serves as Executive Pastor at a thriving multi-site church based in Pensacola, FL. He is a former missionary to Thailand...Read more...

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