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How Small Churches Can Support Missions

31 Aug

VVMI is a small mission.  How can we encourage small churches to join with VVMI in partnership to spread the Gospel through video and other media?

Matthew Spandler-Davison has served as pastor of Redeemer Fellowship Church in Bardstown, Kentucky, since 2004. He is the director of the BCF Network and Urban Impact Missions. Originally from Scotland, he is a graduate of the University of Aberdeen and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He writes at The Gospel Coalition blog:

Most churches in the United States have fewer than 100 in attendance, and many of us are serving in small towns. We have very real challenges when it comes to mobilizing our churches for missions. Many of our members have never traveled overseas. Many others cannot afford to spend thousands on airfare to go there. Moreover, a church that isn’t experiencing growth will often question the wisdom of committing resources beyond its own community.

But even a small church can be strategically involved in international missions. The missionary movement has never been divorced from the church; it is the church.

Churches, both big and small, can support VVMI.

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Posted by on August 31, 2012 in Missions Articles

 

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