Entries by MAPS Admin

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Loving to the End

I remember as a child in a small mill town in the Southeast being struck with fear over a couple of things: one was foreign armies hiding in the cars of the freight train that rumbled through my backyard all hours of the day and night, 365 days a year. I imagined that one day […]

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History of the Modern Protestant Missions Movement

Part 3 Four years after the Edinburg Conference, the world was gripped by the sudden outbreak of one of the worst military conflicts in the history of the earth- the First World War. Protestant missions efforts were interrupted as the world was engulfed in this crisis. By the time the dust cleared in 1918, the […]

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History of the Modern Protestant Missions Movement

Part 2 Pressing On The collective force of the first two Great Awakenings transformed the Protestant world from a mere theological and ecclesiological western European movement into a pioneering missional force to be reckoned with, piercing nearly every known nation in the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ. The 19th century, known as the, […]

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History of the Modern Protestant Missions Movement

Part 1 The history of Christian missions is vast and deep, stretching across nearly two millennia. From the moment Jesus commanded the disciples to, “Go into all the world…” so His Church has gone. Leaving all behind, they have gone out to follow the Lamb’s call for the rescue of the nations. Across continents and […]

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Missions From A Different Perspective

The following blog was written by a Middle Eastern international student:   There are 80 million people and 1,000 or less missionaries in my country. That’s 1 missionary per 80,000 people here, most of which have never heard the gospel. The work here is too difficult to do alone.There are only 5,000-10,000 believers. But it’s […]

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Taking Your Secret Place Public

What would it look like if you prayed and interceded for the lost or the unreached for 30 minutes every day in the secret place and then brought that into a house of prayer? How would God move if you spend your free time intentionally engaging and coming into agreement with God’s heart? In Hebrews […]

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The Seeds We Plant

Sometimes God gives us chances to build friendships with locals and share the full gospel; however, sometimes God only gives us brief moments to plant seeds. I want to be faithful with the time God has given me in this nation. I’m learning to be obedient and look to Him for how to respond when […]