Tag: The DNA of Sustainability & Multiplication

So nobody took me up on my challenge. 😉 I get it; who wants to write one more thing online. Here was the challenge: Without looking through the book of Acts, try to call up as many examples of prayer …

“Back in the city, they went to the room where they were staying—a second-floor room. This whole group devoted themselves to constant prayer with one accord” (Acts 1:13-14, The Voice). Making prayer p …

“ . . . You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you. And you will be My witnesses, first here in Jerusalem, then beyond to Judea and Samaria, and finally to the farthest places on earth.” …

“As before, [Jesus] spoke constantly of the kingdom of God” (Acts 1:3, The Voice). Jesus could have done so many things during His 40 days while risen from the grave, but once again He constantly spok …

Imagine this . . . You go to a global mission training hoping to learn all you can and the trainer hands you the Book of Acts and then dismisses you, saying, “Here is your manual. Read it. Pray it. Fo …

Conviction Compels Us in Disciple Making Movements Guest Blog: By C. Anderson  DNA can be a bit of a faddish buzzword these days. What is the DNA of your group? Your organization? Though perhaps …

By Dan Carl with Five Stones Global I recently received a phone call from a young man I’ve known for many years. The conversation went something like this…

By Dan Carl Mission Frontiers July/Aug 2014 Issue During my 10 years in Haiti I was involved in numerous construction projects. On one occasion, I arrived a few days in advance of a larger team to fin …

By Jean Johnson Mission Frontiers July/Aug 2015 Issue I just returned from 14 days of ministry in the United Kingdom—York, Redcliffe College in Gloucester, Coventry, and Oxford—as a speaker, facilitat …