The Gospel Is for All

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What are the driving forces in a missional church to mount and sustain a
robust mission program? A passion for Christ, identifying with those who have
lost their way and being convicted that the proclamation of the Word of God
leads the lost to a relationship in Christ and holiness in life have been the driving
forces of missions across the centuries in every land. When the good news
of the person and Message of Christ is carried by mission minded spokesmen
in every land churches are planted and grow and the Gospel continues to
spread in widening circles.

The reader will find twenty-four articles devoted to the basis of missions,
to the contents of the message, to some methods to be considered, to some
illustrations of mission work and the end results of a biblically centered mission
enterprise. Overwhelmingly, the articles have their value in being focused on
the person and Message of Christ in fulfilling the eternal purpose of God.

– Truman Scott, Dean Emeritus
Sunset International Bible Institute


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction: God’s Prophetic Plan for the Church

Part One — Mission Basics

Commitment to a Biblical Mandate
“The Fulness of Time”
Salvation Words Seen in the Bible
Go, Make Disciples
Heaven and Earth — Partners in Missions
Hearing God’s Call
The Future of Mission Work

Part Two — The Missional Church
What Is a Great Church?
Sacrificing for Missions
Our Sacrifices for Missions
Cups of Cold Water
Life in the Body
The Widow’s Mite and Mission Work
The Ostrich Complex

Part Three — The Missionary

Choosing the Proper Man
Worthily of God
Missionaries, a Vanishing Breed
An Aspiring, But Frustrated Missionary

Part Four — Mission Reviews

Expansion of the Mission Work in Italy
Supporting National Preachers
Preserving a History of Missions

Conclusion
: The Whole Gospel to the Whole World
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What are the driving forces in a missional church to mount and sustain a
robust mission program? A passion for Christ, identifying with those who have
lost their way and being convicted that the proclamation of the Word of God
leads the lost to a relationship in Christ and holiness in life have been the driving
forces of missions across the centuries in every land. When the good news
of the person and Message of Christ is carried by mission minded spokesmen
in every land churches are planted and grow and the Gospel continues to
spread in widening circles.

The reader will find twenty-four articles devoted to the basis of missions,
to the contents of the message, to some methods to be considered, to some
illustrations of mission work and the end results of a biblically centered mission
enterprise. Overwhelmingly, the articles have their value in being focused on
the person and Message of Christ in fulfilling the eternal purpose of God.

– Truman Scott, Dean Emeritus
Sunset International Bible Institute


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction: God’s Prophetic Plan for the Church

Part One — Mission Basics

Commitment to a Biblical Mandate
“The Fulness of Time”
Salvation Words Seen in the Bible
Go, Make Disciples
Heaven and Earth — Partners in Missions
Hearing God’s Call
The Future of Mission Work

Part Two — The Missional Church
What Is a Great Church?
Sacrificing for Missions
Our Sacrifices for Missions
Cups of Cold Water
Life in the Body
The Widow’s Mite and Mission Work
The Ostrich Complex

Part Three — The Missionary

Choosing the Proper Man
Worthily of God
Missionaries, a Vanishing Breed
An Aspiring, But Frustrated Missionary

Part Four — Mission Reviews

Expansion of the Mission Work in Italy
Supporting National Preachers
Preserving a History of Missions

Conclusion
: The Whole Gospel to the Whole World
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SKU 3144
Subtitle Convicting Mission Studies
Author/Speaker Gerald Paden
ISBN 978-0-9841606-8-6
Translator N/A
Language English
Pages 221
Binding Paperback
Publisher Sunset Institute Press
Copyright 2011
Edition N/A
Print Date N/A
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