Recently I published this video below of our last Sunday in Ukraine before coming to the States for 8 months of visiting our supporting churches.
One of the most common questions I get from young people is this:
“Is God calling me into missions?”
This is a great question for anyone to ask themselves and especially for a young man or woman to ask.
I’ll admit, planning our church’s first missions conference made me both a bit anxious and excited.
We weren’t sure how people would respond and who would show up.
You need to read this letter if you’re a missionary or a pastor of a missionary!
Charles Haddon Spurgeon wrote the letter to a new missionary to north Africa named Patrick.
For the last 6 years I’ve gotten by without out seriously studying Russian language but that all changed recently when I decided to go back to my studies.
I’m wrote this list for two reasons.
I wrote it for you who are fellow missionaries. There’s something cathartic and encouraging knowing that you’re not the only one with these experiences and feelings.
I get asked very often by Ukrainians and Americans if I miss home and here’s what I usually tell them.
We live in Ukraine and some people think that’s not a good idea, it could be dangerous or at the very least inconvenient.
Most churches love their missionaries but few know how to serve them well. After our time in the States last year visiting all our supporting churches I thought it would be good to put together a list of ways churches can serve their missionaries.