So missionaries must become love. Apart from love, nothing they do brings any real reward, accomplishes any real goal or makes any real sense.
What unites us is not our age, appearance, financial status or heritage; it’s our allegiance to the Lamb.
You know Jesus Christ is your Savior. You have the hope of eternal life through faith in His sacrifice. Go and share the amazing good news of the crucified, resurrected and soon-coming Savior with the unreached. Why? Because eternal life matters.
Open our eyes, Lord, that we may see Jesus—in the lives of those around us, and in our own homes and hearts also. Grant us the discernment to perceive His presence, the grace to accept His will, and the courage to follow Him.
Our missionaries live in Satan’s crosshairs, and they absolutely depend on your constant prayers for their protection, strength and success. No work is more offensive to Satan than theirs, for it shortens his very life as it speeds the return of our Savior.
“I pray that whoever reads this will remember that God’s plan is perfect. It may not happen when we want it, and it can take a day or years. But it will happen, and it will be perfect.”
How is God calling you as you turn the pages of Adventist Frontiers?
These changes will forever affect the way they view the world and the ministry trajectory of their lives. Go and make disciples—not to materialism, but to God’s kingdom (Matt. 28:19-20).