QUYỀN NĂNG CAO CẢ CỦA ĐỨC CHÚA TRỜI Ở VIỆT NAM (Ê-phê 1:4-5)

Prayer mirrors the gospel: Miller

‘Prayer mirrors the gospel. In the gospel, the Father takes as we are because of Jesus and gives us his gift of salvation. In prayer, the Father receives us as we are because of Jesus and gives us… Read More

A wrong view of maturity: Miller

‘We tell ourselves, “Strong Christians pray a lot. If I were a stronger Christian, I’d pray more.” Strong Christians do pray more, but they pray more because they realize how weak they are. They don’t try to hide… Read More

Missionaries: Focus Less on Technique

‘The great need is for missionaries to focus less on technique or the latest missiological trend, and rely more on the ability to adapt and grow and share our faith while overcoming obstacles in a cross-cultural environment. This… Read More

Garrison and Church Planting Movements

‘Garrison tells a story of a brother who led a CPM in China and was committed to a minimum of two hours daily in prayer. I don’t agree with everything in the CPM model–nor am I going to prescribe a… Read More

numbers can distract us

‘However, impressive numbers can distract us from the reality that the work needed to carry the gospel to the least reached peoples and places will take long, slow, patient work.’ ‘Jesus is coming quickly and the need is… Read More

Idolatry, the immediate, and rapid church planting

‘The idolatrous desire for instant gratification exists in every ministry context, but it can acutely haunt church planters as we navigate the tension of an abundance of vision and a scarcity of resources.’ ‘Impatience is the pride of… Read More

Battle sin with hope in God

‘In our battle with sin, are we called to wrestle, run, fight, and pray? Yes, we are, but our hope is not in our ability to do these things, but in the God of grace, who will war… Read More

Resources for Christian Living

Ray Ortlund Jerry Bridges Scotty Smith Don Whitney John Piper Mark Dever David Platt Jerry Bridges Greg Gilbert Millard Erickson J. I. Packer Zane Pratt Tim Keller Paul Miller GSiV Resource Page

Missions: Success, faithfulness, rapid, deception

‘Let’s be honest: faithfulness is not the first synonym that springs to mind when we hear the word success. ‘Over the past 20 years, a proliferation of new missionary methods has shifted the definition of missionary success. Increasingly, I meet missionaries… Read More

Expecting Rapid?

Should those planting churches overseas expect their work to unfold rapidly? That’s a question posed and answered by Mr. Clark. ‘Missionaries often start their journey into ministry with high expectations. Chief among them is a hope for fruit… Read More