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LAS VEGAS AS A FOREIGN MISSION FIELD

LAS VEGAS AS A FOREIGN MISSION FIELD

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There is no redemption on these mean streets

where Lottie Moon could have plied her trade

in vain searching for converts… 102 more words

Poetry

Exploring the Past---Dreaming the Future

Exploring Past US History

The past two weeks, Sheryl and I have been in Virginia. While there we toured several US historic sites, learned new facts, and were reminded of things we learned long ago. 825 more words

Friends

Painting Lottie Moon, Redeeming Lottie Moon by Angela Yarber

I never imagined I’d paint her. Though I was not raised in church, I have vivid memories of worshiping in Southern Baptist Churches, churches where women’s voices were not permitted behind the pulpit, churches where women could never dream of ordination, churches that damned LGBTQ folks to hell with a pound of a fiery fist on a well-worn bible perched atop an angry pulpit. 1,200 more words

Christianity

Our Obligation To The Unreached

Lottie Moon was appointed a missionary to China on July 7, 1873. She was a bold woman of action and radical obedience to Jesus Christ. 330 more words

Growing Godly Generations

Our Obligation to the Unreached | Desiring God

Well over one hundred years ago, a single missionary named Lottie Moon, serving in China, began writing letters challenging the church back here to send and support more workers to go there. 128 more words

Quick Note - Amos 7:14 - Unexpected Prophet

Amos 7:14 – “Then Amos answered and said to Amaziah, ‘I was no prophet, nor a prophet’s son, but I was a herdsman and a dresser of sycamore figs.  858 more words

Why We Give to International Missions

At Crossway, one of the ways we support mission is by giving prayers and money to the International Mission Board (IMB).  There almost 5,000 missionaries are funded around the globe. 199 more words

Missions