Victory Blog Roll (October 16)

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This week, Our church, Victory Iloilo, just ended it’s recent series called Every Nation in Action or ENAct. To cap off the series, we talked about missions, and how every believer is called into the mission field. Take a look into these blogs by some of my blogger friends, and learn more about how we can respond to the call of missions.

Check out these posts from this week’s blog roll:

Sending Our Hands and Our Hearts

John Piper said that, “There are only three kinds of Christians when it comes to world missions: zealous goers, zealous senders, and disobedient.” Ivan Laurenciano writes to those who have a call to respond to missions by ‘going’ to assure them of God’s purpose and call for their lives. Also, he reminds us of how we are all called to participate, even if we are not called to go.

I Want to Hear Praises in French, Egyptian, and Moroccan Languages

Pastor Jojo Agot paints a beautiful picture for us about how heaven will be like- a place full of worshippers praising with different languages and cultures. This is the reason why God is calling us into the mission field. So that we may one day see every tribe and tongue worship the name of Jesus.

HOLY SPIRIT:The Healer

Paul Mark talks about in this post about the power of the Holy Spirit, and answers a trivial question for us all- why do some people get healed and some people don’t? One great point that is pointed out here is where Paul Mark says “HEALING IS NOT THE END IN ITSELF BUT THE BEGINNING OF SOMETHING GREATER!”.

Missions, Globalizations and Cows

I also took the time to blog on the same topics with my blogger friends and gave my insight into how as a more globalized yet localized generation. It has never been as easy to reach people nowadays because of advancement in technology and transportation. I also look into an interesting story about Ralph Waldo Emerson and his cow (?).

Check out these posts, and let us know what you think! Leave a comment below or email me.

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