GPD Radio Meets Need
Name and Address Withheld
I am 44, single, no children, and more than anything I want to work for the Lord. Please tell me how one would go about becoming a missionary to Algeceras, or even somewhere else should God deem it so.
Name and address withheld
Several years ago, the Lord gave me the privilege of serving as the chairman of the board of ACMC and I had the opportunity of seeing first hand the development of ministry and the wonderful joy of seeing churches "turned around." You have given well deserved recognition to the staff of ACMC and we are grateful.
Charles E. Koch
I have enjoyed receiving Mission Frontiers. In fact, this month's issue is heartening as well as challenging. "Generic Missions" is just right for our age. Jesus didn't say, "I am the Orowheat¨ of Life," but just called Himself "bread."
If we can humble ourselves to the point that our ministry only indicates Christ without highlighting our own brand name, we can begin to experience real Body Life in His service.
I believe I have a news item you may be interested in writing up sometime soon, God willing. . . . The story is not ready yet to hit the headlines, but pray with us as God brings the elements together for a "generic" missions/cross-cultural ministry in Greater Portland.
Mission Frontiers a Rare Bulletin
Indeed, the said issues of the bulletin are very heart-warming, soul-stirring, vision-trimming; highly informative, educative, absolutely practical and fully committed, consistent, consecrated, prudent, regular and punctual to all phases of mission endeavors. Praise God!
The said rare issues have greatly spurred us on in our transitional praying, planning, programming, and scheduling for our most imperative, explosive, and eschatological "Operation 1990-2000: A Decade of Biblical Missions."
Rely on our earnest, definite, and itemized prayers. We covet yours, too.