Dr Jim McClure, noted theologian, considers the above pertinent question…
The good news of the gospel is that Jesus came to be our Saviour (1 Timothy 1:15), to rescue ‘us from the coming wrath’ (1 Thessalonians 1:10), and to give us eternal life (John 10:28).
That is something that all who have responded in faith and repentance to God’s gracious invitation through Jesus Christ may have full confidence in.
But what about those who have never heard or understood the gospel message? (more…)
Missionary statesman Dr George Forbes shares some mission gems:
Much has been said and written about mission teams over the last few years. Twenty five years ago they were a new phenomenon arousing both positive and negative responses on the mission fields of the world.
Literally hundreds of teams and thousands of young people and older team members were suddenly appearing on the horizon of missions’ activity. (more…)
Murray Capill, author and Reformed Theology College’s principal, challenges…
There’s nothing new under the sun, and one thing that is definitely not new is the need for gospel workers. Two thousand years ago Jesus identified that as the critical kingdom issue, and things have not really changed. The harvest is still plentiful; the workers are still few (Matt. 9:37). (more…)