The darkness is fading. The world is here. The Lord is moving. The question is not “How do we reach people for Christ?” …it’s “How do we reach nations for Christ?” That is how we change the world.
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My wife and I serve as missionaries with One Challenge (OC International) on the U.S. Ministries Team. Our focus is accelerating church planting movements here in America to reach our nation and the nations among us.
When I was in high school, I went on a missions trip to Guadalajara, Mexico during spring break with students from our church youth group.
My wife and I serve as missionaries to the United States with OC International. We are committed to reaching our nation and the nations among us. We’re part of a great team here in the Northwest that is committed to prayerful dependence on Jesus.
We are missionaries to the United States with OC International. We are focused on equipping and empowering pastors and church planters to embrace missional practices, and partnering together with leaders to strategically multiply churches to reach our nation and the nations among us.
A few years ago, Deanne and I took a few weeks vacation during the summer with our kids. When we came back to our church the next Sunday, I got up to preach and was interrupted in my sermon.
One of my best friends, Karl Teichert, is a missionary with OC International in South Africa. Karl and Jenny were part of the team that helped start Lake Hills Church in Castaic nearly 20 years ago.
In his book Be Fruitful and Multiply, Bob Logan identifies the following qualities of an attractive church planting movement…
It’s been a privilege for me to work with Pastor Walter Herrera, who started six churches in Argentina (five of them in the province of Buenos Aires and one in La Rioja)
As a missionary to the United States, my focus and calling is to facilitate church multiplication movements that transform America. You may wonder how it is that I am doing this. Here is my best understanding to date of what God has uniquely gifted me to do…