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Upcoming Missions Events

  • 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
  • Missions Study — Let the Nations be Glad — October

    October 3 / 6:30pm–7:45pm Faith East Community Center's LOFT Taste the Nations is a study of missions using the book, Let the Nations be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions, by John Piper. In each meeting we will also share about one of the missionaries we support and pray for them before beginning the study. Everything else you need to… Find Out More
  • Missions Study — Let the Nations be Glad — October

    October 11 / 6:30pm–7:45pm Faith West — PBF Room Taste the Nations is a study of missions using the book, Let the Nations be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions, by John Piper. In each meeting we will also share about one of the missionaries we support and pray for them before beginning the study. Everything else you need to… Find Out More
  • Missions Study — Let the Nations be Glad — November

    November 7 / 6:30pm–7:45pm Faith East Community Center's Community Room 1 Taste the Nations is a study of missions using the book, Let the Nations be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions, by John Piper. In each meeting we will also share about one of the missionaries we support and pray for them before beginning the study. Everything else you need to… Find Out More
  • Missions Study — Let the Nations be Glad — November

    November 8 / 6:30pm–7:45pm Faith West — PBF Room Taste the Nations is a study of missions using the book, Let the Nations be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions, by John Piper. In each meeting we will also share about one of the missionaries we support and pray for them before beginning the study. Everything else you need to… Find Out More
  • Missions Study — Let the Nations be Glad — January

    January 10 / 6:30pm–7:45pm Faith West — PBF Room Taste the Nations is a study of missions using the book, Let the Nations be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions, by John Piper. In each meeting we will also share about one of the missionaries we support and pray for them before beginning the study. Everything else you need to… Find Out More
  • Missions Study — Let the Nations be Glad — February

    February 6 / 6:30pm–7:45pm Faith East Community Center's Community Room 1 Taste the Nations is a study of missions using the book, Let the Nations be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions, by John Piper. In each meeting we will also share about one of the missionaries we support and pray for them before beginning the study. Everything else you need to… Find Out More
  • Missions Study — Let the Nations be Glad — February

    February 14 / 6:30pm–7:45pm Faith West — PBF Room Taste of the Nations is a study of missions using the book, Let the Nations be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions, by John Piper. In each meeting we will also share about one of the missionaries we support and pray for them before beginning the study. Everything else you need… Find Out More
  • Missions Study — Let the Nations be Glad — March

    March 6 / 6:30pm–7:45pm Faith East Community Center's Community Room 1 Taste the Nations is a study of missions using the book, Let the Nations be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions, by John Piper. In each meeting we will also share about one of the missionaries we support and pray for them before beginning the study. Everything else you need to… Find Out More
  • Missions Study — Let the Nations be Glad — March

    March 14 / 6:30pm–7:45pm Faith West — PBF Room Taste the Nations is a study of missions using the book, Let the Nations be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions, by John Piper. In each meeting we will also share about one of the missionaries we support and pray for them before beginning the study. Everything else you need to… Find Out More

From the Blog

  • Ebola and Tough Decisions — Marc Blackwell Sr.

    You are probably aware of the largest Ebola outbreak in history occurring in countries of  West Africa. This guest post by veteran missionary Marc Blackwell, Sr. gives us a glimpse of the difficulties missionaries face when trouble breaks out on the mission field. Ebola and... Read More
  • Taste the Nations — Let the Nations be Glad

      1. ↩ 2. Dates may be altered by the majority of people attending if the need arises. ↩ 3. Online here: Kindle | Paperback | Audiobook. ↩ Read More
  • 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

Missions News From Around the World (mnnonline.org)

  • Still standing in Iraq

    (Photo courtesy Operation Mobilization NE Field) Iraq (OMI) -- Editor's Note: MNN is sharing an on-the-ground perspective from an Operation Mobilization specialist working in Northern Iraq. Rather than re-write the story, we'll share it as it was written in blog form from the ministry's Web... Read More
  • Triple disaster effects linger in Japan

    Japan has faced many natural disasters and is still trying to get back on its feet since the triple disaster that hit March 2011.(Photo courtesy of Asian Access) Japan (MNN) -- It's been about three and a half years since the triple disaster--earthquake, tsunami, and... Read More
  • Street evangelism bears fruit in Oryol

    (Photo credit Russian Ministries) Russia (MNN) -- Russia has been the "bad guy" in many news reports lately, especially reports about Ukraine. However, Russian Ministries is sharing a reason to celebrate: street evangelism in Oryol, Russia is bringing Jesus into everyday conversations. Young Christians in... Read More
  • Monsoon season underway

    Monsoon clouds over Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.(Photo credit Sunnyoraish via Wikimedia Commons) India (MNN) -- Those who live in four-season climates often see rainy days and chilly nights during the fall months of September, October, and November. However, fall's "rainy days" have nothing on South... Read More
  • New believers face challenge in Myanmar

    (Photo Greg Kelley courtesy World Mission) Myanmar (MNN) -- Despite Myanmar's (formerly Burma) recent transition to democracy, Christians in the area are lumped in with the ethnic minorities. As a result, they are being purged from the borders. Christian minority groups--particularly the Karen and Chin... Read More
  • Nigeria declares its own caliphate

    Abubakar Shekau, leader of the Boko Haram.(Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons) Nigeria (MNN) -- It happened in stealth mode: Boko Haram declared a caliphate in Nigeria. Greg Musselman, a spokesman for the Voice of the Martyrs Canada, explains, "Because of media in the Middle East,... Read More