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The History of Women in Missions

Author’s Note: This is the last post in a short series on The History of the Modern Missions Movement. You can read the other two posts here and here. Thank you for reading. In the Bible we are told Priscilla and … Continue reading

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History of Modern Missions Strategy

Author’s Note: This is the second post in a short series on The History of the Modern Missions Movement (read first post here). American Missions Societies began forming in 1787, but it wasn’t until 1810 that these societies launched out into … Continue reading

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History of the Modern Missions Movement

Author’s Note: This is the first post in a short series about the History of the Modern Missions Movement. Missions during the 18th century and the enlightenment period faced opposition in many corners of the world. Missionary effort was opposed by those … Continue reading

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The Nature and Mission of the Church

Author’s Note: This is the first post in a small series on the nature and mission of the church. Introduction The nature of the church and its mission are directly related to each other. Its nature influences its mission. However, … Continue reading

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Southern Baptist’s Most Famous Missionary: Lottie Moon

Lottie Moon is the “Southern Baptist’s most famous missionary” and I thought that I would share some facts about her life: Her real name was Charlotte Diggs Moon. Lottie was born in 1840 in a devout Christian home but she … Continue reading

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