We were recently reading a book, which was explaining how to construct a simple plastic auditorium chair. It takes hundreds of people with combined knowledge and allied skills. No one person can do it all.
It brought to mind missions – cross cultural discipleship – it requires a team, and the purpose of missions is far grander than that of a chair. The ultimate purpose of missions is to bring joy to all nations, tongues and tribes so the adoration and worship of Jesus Christ grows louder, for He was slain and by His blood ransomed people for God.
Last Sunday, we had the honor of sharing God’s work in Papua New Guinea with First Baptist Church of Gonzales and received an outpouring of God’s goodness through their support, encouragement and prayers. God is faithfully building our team and we are continuously lifting up praises.
You can listen to the audio of the message Tray shared at:
If you have a heart for missions, we would love to visit, fellowship and share. There is a harvest field that expands further than the eyes can see which requires a multitude of hands.