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Upcoming Missions Events

  • Biblical Counselor Training Conference

    July 25 - August 5 Aguas de Lindoia, Brazil FGM is participating in the annual conference of the Association of Biblical Counselors of Brazil in Aguas de Lindoia. Please pray for us during this time! Find Out More
  • Missions Roundtable

    August 21 / 9:30am–4:00pm Harbour Shores Church, 8011 E 216th St, Noblesville, IN 46034 You are invited! You're invited to a roundtable discuss of the question, “What can we as pastors, missions leaders and local churches do to encourage a movement toward local churches directing missions?”  Cost:          There is NO CHARGE to you.  Lunch and refreshments will be provided.  A special thanks to… Find Out More
  • Seminary Biblical Counselor Training

    September 22 - September 26 Fortaleza, Brazil A team from FGM is participating in the annual conference of a seminary in Fortaleza, Brazil. Please pray for us! Find Out More

From the Blog

  • Everyone Should Have a Timothy

      Sep 2013 BCTC Class   I love spending time with my 3-year-old grandson.  He will work alongside me around the house because he likes to “do stuff with Papi.”  Sometimes we will work on a project together or do … Continue reading → No related posts. Read More
  • Typhoon Destroys Churches & Homes Killing Thousands!

    Our brothers and sisters in Christ, along with legions of others in Philippines have experienced the horror of destruction and death caused by one of the strongest tropical cyclones to hit land in recorded history! Friday, November 8, one of the strongest storms … Continue reading → No... Read More
  • Biblical Roles in missions, Part 7 – Responsibilities in Missions

    Responsibilities of Missionary Candidate Missionary candidates and local churches both have responsibilities in the missionary process.  Missionary candidates should be careful to exercise the following.  1.      Candidates should have a deep conviction regarding the great commission, that God has commanded … Continue reading → Related posts: Biblical Roles... Read More
  • Biblical Roles in missions, Part 6 – Agencies don’t send missionaries.

    Agencies don’t send missionaries.  This may sound strange for a missionary agency to say, but at Faith Global Missions, we truly believe this.  Mission agencies like FGM should exist to help churches send missionaries.  As a matter of fact, FGM … Continue reading → Related posts:... Read More
  • Biblical Roles in missions, Part 5 – Those Who Are Called

    In Acts 13:1-4 we see the Holy Spirit calling those who are already serving in a local church.  He did not call people into missions who are not already serving.  Barnabas and Saul were among the most gifted ministers in … Continue reading → Related posts: Biblical... Read More
  • Biblical Roles in Missions, Part 4 – Local Church Confirms the Call

    The Holy Spirit’s call to missions is denied or confirmed through the local church.  Sommer erroneously suggests that “the call of a missionary is confirmed through the financial gifts of God’s people” (Sommer 1999, 69).  He also suggests that anyone … Continue reading → Related posts: Biblical... Read More

Missions News From Around the World (mnnonline.org)

  • South Sudan proposes moving capital

    (South Sudan flag courtesy Wikipedia) South Sudan (MNN) -- Moving a capital city. It sounds like a herculean task. It's also almost always controversial, but it's not new. Capital relocation has been done hundreds of times throughout history. Hundreds of years ago, the Egyptians, Romans,... Read More
  • Television addresses Iraq and Gaza

    Middle East (SAT-7/MNN) -- Bridges is a current affairs program produced by SAT-7 Egypt, a Christian satellite television ministry to the Middle East and North Africa. It has been at the heart of helping viewers to understand complex situations in the Middle East and... Read More
  • Bonds of friendship break bonds of slavery in red-light district

    How can you help protect women and girls from a life where they're told they're without value?(Photo courtesy of Vision Beyond Borders) Southeast Asia (MNN) -- What was the hardest thing you've ever forgiven someone for? Some girls in Southeast Asia are choosing to... Read More
  • Entitlement attitude: how to overcome

    (Photo cred: Katey Hearth, Starfysh) Haiti (MNN) -- Most people probably know someone with an entitlement attitude--a person who holds an "it's-my-right-to-have-this" or "it's-your-job-to-solve-my-problems" perspective on all aspects of life. Entitlement attitudes are prevalent in many areas of Haiti due, in large part, to continual... Read More
  • Ukraine unrest drives more families west

    Exploding shells are destroying homes and churches in the Donetsk region, where Ukrainian security forces and pro-Russian rebels have been battling for control since March.(Image, caption courtesy Christian Aid) Ukraine (MNN) -- Ukraine unrest continues as international investigators declare the MH17 crash zone unsafe... Read More
  • New Religious Freedom Ambassador named

    (Photo courtesy China Aid) USA (MNN) -- According to the International Society for Human Rights (a secular group with members in 38 states worldwide), 80% of all acts of religious discrimination in the world today are directed at Christians. The United States says they're concerned about this... Read More