Missions Mobilisation Newsletters

CMMN Chairman's Christmas letter - December 2003

As we go forward together let’s keep in mind that much more missions mobilization and recruiting is going on than we know about or realize.

Update Newsletter - October 2003

Last year we informed you that MMN had become the newest network of World Evangelical Alliance Missions Commission (WEA/ MC). In June this year the Missions Commission held its regular triennial gathering

Europe Calls Again - May 2003

Any missionary would be more than satisfied to report that “the churches were strengthened in the faith and increased in number daily”, as did the apostle Paul and his team after their fruitful tour in various cities of west Asia – modern Turkey. The apostolic team continued their outreach in Asia and were making plans to move further east to continue this fruitful ministry. But then things began to go wrong ...

MMN Chairman's Letter - April 2003

I have just returned from a weekend in Denmark where I had a number of meetings, including the Sunday morning in one of the largest Pentecostal churches in the city. This church is an example of a church that has made many changes in order to become what some people call 'seeker sensitive'...

New Year Message 2003

Here are 7 mega-burdens for 2003. I hope to focus every day in one way or the other to see breakthroughs. In all these areas more is happening than we realize, but usually by a remnant of people who often already are on overload...

MMN Chairman's Letter - December 2002

As we race toward a new year, there is much upon our heart. You have probably heard about one of our friends and co-workers who was murdered a couple of weeks ago ...

Embracing The Pain - September 2002

I am burdened for people who are really hurting in a major way. We all have hurts but there are so many who are hurting much more than others. Often, when we want to help or minister to such people it is not possible...

MMN Chairman's Letter - July 2002

As we go into this summer (winter down under) with all kinds of short-term missions efforts across the globe, and tens of thousands involved, the Lord has put seven words on my heart. I really would appreciate your passing these words and thoughts on to as many short-termers and co-workers as possible. ...

From George Verwer - January 2002

I have just spent five days ministering at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana. About 1400 students and faculty attended the meetings and at the final meeting over 700 stood at the invitation to pray the prayer from Isaiah 6, 'Here am I, send me.' ...

Missions to the 10/40 window after September 11th

As a Missions Mobiliser, I have had to address the subject of "Missions to the 10/40 window after Tuesday, September 11th" in several meetings in the last few weeks. Humanly speaking this attack and the events that followed could not have happened at a worse time for Christian mission. It looked as though they would cause a major setback to the momentous progress of mission in many nations ...

10/40 Window Update

The 10/40 Window is alive – but isn't well. Luis Bush writes, in an article in “Mission Frontiers”: The 10/40 Window continues to represent the primary geographic challenge entering the twenty-first century. By 2025 there will be over 8.3 billion people in our world...

Chacko Thomas on Short Term Missions

The Algerian church, tiny as it is, sent out a short term missions team for a week to the neighbouring country of Mauritania, reported Dr. Howard Norrish in one of our prayer meetings. Asked where they got this idea from, he answered, "straight from the New Testament". Howard, who has seen thousands of short termers enter the Middle East and North Africa with the Good News of the Lord Jesus says, "when it is done well it yields great dividends, but done poorly it has grave consequences". Many long term mission agencies now have short term programmes ...

Overview of the Unfinished Task - September 2000

At the second millennial turn, while no one can know the precise conclusion of history, we are now certain that we are within range of finishing the task, with more momentum than ever before. "For the first time in history it is possible to see the end of the tunnel, when there will be a church movement within the language and social structure of every people group on earth, powerful face-to-face evangelism taking over within all peoples." ...

Missions Mobilisation reports Lift-Off

"This IS harvest time! And this generation is as ripe for recruiting as any other generation - but we have to do it right." Operation Mobilisation's leader George Verwer told more than 60 UK-based mission agency leaders and pastors at the official re-launch of the AD2000 Missions Mobilisation Network ...

 

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