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A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - Cardinal Richard Kuuia Baawobr, bishop of Wa, Ghana, died in Rome on Sunday evening at the age of 63. The cardinal had been hospitalized for heart problems after arriving in Rome in late August and was therefore unable to attend the Vatican ceremony at which he was elevated to the College of Cardinals August 27. Baawobr, a member of the Society of the Missionaries of Africa, commonly known as the “White Fathers,” was known in Ghana for his charity and for his care for people with mental disabilities in a country where the stigmatization of mental illness is still high. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/252922/new-cardinal-from-ghana-with-heart-problems-dies-at-63 Pope Francis has spoken out against violence in the Holy Land after one teenager died in a blast in Jerusalem and another teenager died in armed clashes in Palestine last week. A 16-year-old Israeli boy was killed, and at least 14 people were injured, after two bombs exploded at bus stops on the outskirts of Jerusalem November 23. Israeli authorities said the attacks appear to have been carried out by Palestinian militants, Reuters reported. Late on Tuesday, November 22, a 16-year-old Palestinian boy was shot dead by Israeli forces during clashes in the city of Nablus in the Israeli occupied West Bank, according to Palestinian officials. Pope Francis said he is following with concern the “increase in violence and clashes” between Israel and Palestine, and called the twin blasts in Jerusalem “cowardly attacks.” He urged prayers for the victims and their families. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/252921/violence-kills-the-future-pope-francis-condemns-israeli-palestinian-conflict-after-2-boys-die The Vatican said on Saturday that Chinese authorities had violated the terms stipulated in its provisional agreement on the appointment of bishops. A statement released on November 26 said that “the Holy See noted with surprise and regret” that Bishop John Peng Weizhao had been installed as an “auxiliary bishop of Jiangxi,” a diocese that is not recognized by the Vatican. The Vatican statement also noted reports that “prolonged and heavy pressure from local authorities” preceded the installation. The boundaries of the “Diocese of Jiangxi” were drawn by Chinese authorities without Vatican approval. The government-approved Catholic association said Peng swore an oath at the installation ceremony to “guide Catholicism to adapt to socialist society” and contribute to the “dream of the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.” The installation ceremony took place one month after the Vatican renewed its deal with Beijing on the appointment of Catholic bishops for an additional two years. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/252919/vatican-says-china-violated-terms-of-agreement-with-bishop-installation https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/252924/analysis-is-the-vatican-s-deal-with-china-at-stake Today, the Church celebrates Saint Catherine Labouré, the humble member of the Daughters of Charity to whom Mary appeared, requesting that the Miraculous Medal be stamped so that all who wear it would receive great graces. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-catherine-laboure-401 The Church also celebrates Saint James of the Marches, a Franciscan priest in the 15th century who was known as an eloquent preacher. According to legend, he brought 50,000 heretics into the Church and led 200,000 nonbelievers to baptism. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-james-of-the-marches-67
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Welcome to The Endow Podcast! This podcast is a forum for women to foster conversations about the intellectual life and intentional community for the cultivation of the feminine genius. On this episode, Simone Rizkallah, Director of Program Growth, is joined by Father Paul Check, to discuss Par. 1-6 of Pope St. John Paul II's encyclical Mother of the Redeemer. Par. 1-6 are covered in Chapter 1 of the Endow Study Guide.You can read the document here: https://www.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_jp-ii_enc_25031987_redemptoris-mater.htmlDownload the Daily Reading Guide here: https://www.endowgroups.org/the-endow-podcast/advent-2022-podcast-study-series/For those who are interested in hosting this study, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to host an Endow Study!Fr. Paul N. Check was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Bridgeport, CT in 1997. He holds an STB from the Gregorian University and an STL from the University of the Holy Cross. Fr.Check has taught courses in fundamental moral theology, sexual and medical ethics, Christian anthropology, the Beatitudes, and the Parables. For twelve years, he taught a two-week moral theology course annually to St. Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta, and more recently, he has taught regularly for the Augustine Institute, and for FOCUS. He has given several retreats and days of recollection to diocesan clergy, religious, and seminarians. Fr. Check earned a BA in history and political science from Rice University in 1981, after which he served as an officer in the US Marine Corps for nine years, and prior to entering seminary. He has been a parish priest and a high school chaplain. From 2008-2016, Fr Check was the Executive Director of Courage International, presenting to clergy in many dioceses the Church's teaching on homosexuality and her pastoral response. Fr. Check was then assigned as the Rector of the St John Fisher Seminary in the Diocese of Bridgeport for four years, during which time he also served as director of ongoing priestly formation. On August 15, 2020 and with the permission of his Bishop, he was appointed the Executive Director of the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in La Crosse, WI, by His Eminence, Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke, and Shrine's Board of Directors.Support the Endow PodcastWhat's on your mind and heart? Let our host, Simone Rizkallah, know by connecting with her and The Endow Team on social media!Facebook at www.facebook.com/endowgroupsInstagram at www.instagram.com/endowgroupsWant to start your own Endow Group? Learn more by visiting our website at www.endowgroups.org or reach out to us at email@example.com. We look forward to serving you!
Missionaries to the Fiji, Troy and Jennette Wickett speaking on Friday evening. November 25th, 2022. If you would like to support the Wickett's and the work in Fiji, you can give capitalcommunity.ca/give and please put "Wickett" or "Fiji" in the comment field. Find us online at: Website: www.capitalcommunity.ca Facebook: www.facebook.com/capitalcommunitychurch Instagram: www.instagram.com/ccc_fredericton YouTube: www.capitalcommunity.tv The Conversation Podcast: www.anchor.fm/ccc-theconversation Sermon Archive Podcast: www.anchor.fm/capitalcommunitychurch
What might God do if you made the commitment to pray every day for a specific country? What doors might He open to connect with the people and even walk in the land? Two decades ago, Peter Smith and his wife were challenged to “adopt a country” and specifically pray every day for God's Spirit to move in that place. The country God laid on their hearts was the Islamic Republic of Iran, a place where Christian persecution is common and missionaries are banned. Listen to learn how Peter and his wife began to pray; hear how God opened the door for him to visit Iran, “to go on site to gain God's insights” about the Iranian people and ways to pray for them. He will also share how his whole family has made a conscious effort to reach out to Persian people living in the United States—and found amazing openness to the gospel. Just as Jesus had compassion on the multitudes, we can ask God for that same heart of compassion towards those around us. As you listen to VOM Radio this week, you'll be challenged to make the same decision Peter and his family made all those years ago: adopt a country and consistently pray for the people there and specifically for God to work in that nation. Who knows the doors God will open in your life to minister to the people you're praying for? If you've taken up the challenge to pray for a specific nation in 2023, please let us know! Never miss an episode of VOM Radio! Subscribe to the podcast.
In this episode the Worthless Servants share 7 reasons why missionaries (or any speaker) should never just show up at the worship service. Benefits such as spiritual formation, opportunities to serve the sending church, valuable time with children and youth, and the ability to engage with the community as much as possible are unlikely to be produced by “doing the minimum” and “merely” preaching a message.
Ryan Martin (Doctor of Ministry, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) serves as Director of Missions for Lightbearers Ministries. He is also the author of Holding the Rope. He previously served for 13 years as a missions pastor after earning an MDiv in Missions, Evangelism and Church Growth from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Ryan lives in Fayetteville, Arkansas, with his wife, Rebekah, and three children. Ryan has spoken and written on the topic of member care at the local church level, having been featured on The Missions Podcast and The Missions Pulse Podcast, as well as having written for the Biblical Recorder (Baptist State Convention of North Carolina publication), Center for Great Commission Studies at SEBTS, and serving as a regular contributor to the Upstream Collective‘s blog. Find Missions Pulse episode #92 on our website at https://davidjoannes.com/092ryanmartin/
Lawrence Tong wakes up each morning excited to pursue this goal: vibrant communities of Jesus followers among the least reached. As the International Director for Operation Mobilization, he oversees the ministry of 5000 gospel workers—including many serving in places where Christians face intense persecution. Lawrence's first taste of missions—and of the work of OM—came aboard a ship, docking at different ports to share the gospel and train up local Christians. Witnessing a spiritual fire among the young people on the boat, Lawrence committed two years to serving with OM. That commitment has now grown into more than 40 years of gospel work amongst the least reached! Listen as Lawrence shares about his six years of ministry work in China, and an update on the current challenges faced by persecuted Christians there. God is still calling people to go to dangerous places to share about Jesus. If you feel called to global gospel work, Lawrence will offer advice about how to think about, pray about and prepare for that calling. He'll also equip listeners to pray for the persecuted church in Afghanistan, Nepal, and China to stay firm in faith, and help us pray for the work of OM around the world. To hear more about the history and work of Operation Mobilization, listen to previous VOM Radio conversations with founders George Verwer and Dale Rhoton, and also with OM-USA President Andrew Scott. Never miss an episode of VOM Radio! Subscribe to the Podcast.
Were Victorian missionaries a tool of oppression, exploitation and empire as some critics claim? Or did they leave a legacy of education, healthcare and eradicating inhumane practises? Victor Simz, known online as the Z Historian, is a Zambian historian who has charted the impact of missionaries in East Africa. He discusses the issues with Jonathan Wilson who comes from a missionary family and believes the story of the positive global impact of missions work is often under-appreciated. For Victor Simz: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheZHistorian For Jonathan Wilson: https://leadbysoul.com/ For Premier's 'Missions Week' website: https://www.missionsweek.org.uk/ • Subscribe to the Unbelievable? podcast: https://pod.link/267142101 • More shows, free eBook & newsletter: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training-and-events • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate
Thank you, friends, for clicking on this episode of the Pondering Purple podcast, a source of information, insight and inspiration for those who love MKs and those who are MKs. ··· This episode is based on an article by the same name: MKs, Missionaries and Disordered Work Ethics Resources: Sabbath by Wayne Muller The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark Comer Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest by Ruth Haley Barton ... More of my MK-related resources can be found at the following links: 1. My most-read articles listed on my website. 2. My playlist of video "nuggets" on Youtube. 3. My novel about a missionary family, Of Stillness and Storm. ··· Four ways to make sure you don't miss an episode: 1. Click subscribe after you find Pondering Purple on the podcast platform of your choice. 2. Friend and follow me on Facebook--I'll announce new episodes as they release. (Make sure you hit "Follow first" under the "Follow" tab.) 3. Join The MK Hub, a group on Facebook solely devoted to sharing new materials as I produce them. 4. Receive email notifications by writing “subscribe to podcast” in the subject line of a message you send to firstname.lastname@example.org. (I promise--that's all you'll receive. No newsy epistles or cat pictures!) ··· Please use the media links included with the podcast to share this resource in your missionary, MK and TCK circles. I'd love it if you also left a comment on whatever platform you use, so Pondering Purple can be less of a monologue and more of a conversation. ··· The title of the podcast is a nod to the complex, beautiful, sometimes confounding, always life-shaping and ideally life-enhancing effects of growing up in the color swirl of cultures and worlds. ··· Helpful definitions: · MK or Missionaries' Kid - the child of missionaries. · TCK or Third Culture Kid - someone who has spent a majority of his/her formative years in a culture other than his/her passport culture. This includes missionaries' kids, military kids, business kids, diplomats' kids, etc. ··· Music: Bethany J. Dueck. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/michele-phoenix/message
In this episode, Jonathan Trotter shares ideas about good questions to ask and conversations to have with missionaries. His suggestions are illustrated in a particular Bible passage which you will hear about as you listen to this episode.
Many young Christians feel a call to ministry, some a call to be a missionary. In this episode, I discuss this popular unction and the culture of American evangelical Christianity that produces it. The missional movement is a self-identified movement within the 21st century. While missional church just claim to be biblical, this is a much used argument made by evangelical to justify their latest pragmatic strategies - such as missional. I question the biblical fidelity of the missional movement and highlight common pitfalls for church planters. This missional movement also creates a heightened desire for Christian to be missionaries. Many young Christians in the church feel pressure to enter ministry or go overseas. Why does this happen? How do we deal with the fallout of missionaries leaving ministry if not the faith all together? Oftentimes the call to ministry is pitched as the most sacrificial thing a Christian can do. In teaching this way, leader often create unbiblical and unrealistic expectations. We need to have a deeper understanding of going to the nations so that we can better understand our calling to our own nation here. Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/chasedavis“How Should Christians Speak in Public?” Tim Keller - https://mereorthodoxy.com/how-should-christians-speak-in-public/#post-133708-footnote-1“Negative World Arrives in Australia” Simon Kennedy - https://mereorthodoxy.com/negative-world-australia/Support the showSign up for the Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/chasedavisFollow Full Proof Theology on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fullprooftheology/Follow Full Proof Theology on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fullprooftheology/
Malik knew the missionary was a kind man. He felt badly that this kind man was going to hell. Malik, a member of the Fulani tribe and the son of a Quranic scholar, decided he would convince the Christian missionary to become a Muslim, so that he could go to paradise. The missionary refused to convert and told Malik that there were mistakes in the Quran. Malik set out to prove him wrong. He began to carefully study and compare the Bible with the Quran. He never did convince the missionary to accept Islam. Instead, Malik read through the Bible ten times, found truth in Jesus Christ and made the decision to follow Him. It was not a decision his Fulani family would easily accept. Family members told Malik he had shamed the family, and that if he didn't return to Islam within three days they had the right to kill him. Malik says he was ready to die rather than renounce his new faith. Thankfully his life was spared. Listen as Malik shares his amazing testimony—and talks about his work now with Spirit of Martyrdom training pastors and evangelists to work in many parts of Africa, reaching more Muslims for Christ and sending out more gospel workers. Part of that training is preparing new Christians to stand up under persecution. Malik will also share specific ways to pray for God's work among the Fulani people in Nigeria and other nations of west Africa. Never miss an episode of The Voice of the Martyrs Radio! Subscribe to the podcast.
In this episode we focus on a thought-provoking article written by missionary Amy Medina. She describes a trend she has seen in the Church to unconsciously categorize missionaries into different classes based on their assignments. Are some roles more mission critical than others? Is it right to value certain missionaries more for the work they do or the location where they serve? Should the church differ in the ways she endorses and supports through prayer and finances?
Today on the podcast, I interview my coach, Jennie the LDS mission coach, all about how to best prepare for the mission and how to help missionaries currently serving who are feeling like they aren't good enough. We discuss how vital it is to observe our thinking, how to approach difficult emotions, how to accept ourselves no matter how feel about ourselves, and how the peace we desire isn't found in control or "success", but in trusting ourselves and believing we have power knowing we don't have to believe everything that you think. If you are thinking about a mission, preparing for it, worrying about it, or if you're currently serving or even know someone who is, this episode should be a requirement to listen to! You will not regret listening to this. Jennie is an outstanding life coach dedicated to helping preparing, currently serving, and return missionaries find the fulfillment and peace that is available within. You can find her and get more help in the links below. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennie.theldsmissioncoach/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jennie.theldsmissioncoach/ Website: https://jenniedildine.com Change Your Mission with One Tool Mini-Training: https://jenniedildine.com/onetool/ Free Video Series for RMs - 3 Tools to Help Return Missionaries in Their Transition Home: https://jenniedildine.com/3-tools-for-rms-opt-in/ Free Guide - 5 Tips to Help Any Returning Missionary: https://jenniedildine.com/landing-page/ Free Strategy Call: https://jenniedildine.com/schedule/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calebthecollegecoach/message
When the darkness arrives at your doorstep, where do your thoughts turn? For many, it might be toward practical safety. But when life challenges us, we should remember God protects us all. He will always be there for us, no matter what we encounter in our journey. As Believers in Christ, have faith, and you will be shielded under the shadow of the Most High.In this episode of the Revelations Podcast, Reagan Kramer shares her story of surviving the Haiti earthquake of 2010. Through her story, we witness a story of faith triumphing over darkness and of Jesus shielding his faithful from harm. We also hear a tale of gratitude for all that we have and for what God, in His kindness and generosity, has given us.Tune in now to hear Reagan's miraculous story of faith, protection, and God's love during a trial that became a turning point in her faith!Here are three reasons why you should listen to this episode:Find out how God protects His people, regardless of their trials.Learn what it means to have faith even in dark hours.Find out why suffering can deepen your connection to God and help you exercise your faith.ResourcesMore from the Revelations Podcast: Website | Instagram | Apple PodcastBeyond our Door Global: https://www.beyondourdoorglobal.org/Bible Verses:John 4:19Psalm 91This Episode in brought to you by: Advanced Medicine Alternatives: https://www.georgekramermd.com/Episode Highlights[2:32] Reagan and The Haiti EarthquakeReagan was in Haiti during the quake of 2010.Reagan spent time and energy helping children and the impoverished in Mother Teresa's Sisters of Charity Home.Reagan, her Pastor and a mission team helped carry 25 special needs kids out of the Mephibosheth Home during the quake.[13:29] Protected by the DivineReagan feels it was supernatural that they succeeded with no injury.George was also able to call up Reagan after the quake, even though the area lost cell service.Before the quake, the cats in the house warned the people inside of the coming disaster.[22:41] The Aftermath of the QuakeMany people came to the house for aid. Reagan learned that someone was praying over the house every day.Reagan and a pastor prayed during the aftershocks.According to Psalm 91, If you make the Most High your dwelling, God protects his faithful from harm, [28:51] Reagan: "'If you make the Most High your dwelling, in the Lord who is my refuge, that no harm will befall you, no disaster will come near your tent, for he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways.' And I think that the Lord literally had me write that six months before because he knew I was going to be there."[36:16] Repairing the DamageSome of the children were assisting the people of Haiti by helping fill and distribute water.The house suffered only a single crack. By comparison, the best hotels in Haiti suffered severe damage.Reagan was worried about possible riots due to the desperation of the earthquake survivors.Missionaries arrived and told Reagan and team to go to the embassy.[43:50] Holding Fast to FaithSome people on the team started breaking down due to stress.The quake was a turning point in Reagan's faith; there was no way to go home.Reagan held fast to her faith that God protects them.United States citizens were swiftly evacuated 3 days after earthquake.[45:55] Reagan: "He is our rescuer, whether we go to heaven, or whether we go home to Minnesota."[58:09] Returning HomeReagan and many other United States citizens landed safely in the McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey.[60:14] Reagan: "There is nothing better than being home with the love of my life, family and friends after being in so much fear, anxiety and deep sadness and grief. I am so thankful."Reagan is intensely grateful to God that she returned home. She doesn't know why she was spared and has food on her table while so many in Haiti have nothing.According to Reagan, God has a purpose for her life.[64:55] Strengthening FaithHard things in life force people to ask questions. Suffering lets people exercise their faith and trust in God.Ask yourself: do you see God protects you, and salvation comes from Him alone?You will experience an earthquake in your life. It might not be a real quake, but God is with you if you have faith.Enjoyed this Episode?If you did, subscribe and share it with your friends!Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning in, then leave us a review. You can also share this with your friends and family. Remember, no matter where you find yourself, have faith! God protects you and has a purpose and plan for your life!Have any questions? You can connect with me on Instagram.Thank you for tuning in! For more updates, tune in on Apple Podcasts. kw: God protectsmeta: When you find yourself in times of trouble, where do you turn? Remember: God protects you from all darkness if you have faith.
Fr. Roger J. Landry Convent of the Missionaries of Charity, Bronx Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C November 6, 2022 2 Macc 7:1-2.9-14, Ps 17, 2 Thess 2:16-3:5, Lk 20:27-38 To listen to an audio recording of today’s homily, please click below: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/catholicpreaching/11.6.22_MC_Homily_1.mp3 The following text guided the homily: Every November, the […] The post A Faithful Family To The End, Thirty-Second Sunday (C), November 6, 2022 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.
210 million people in Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, and the Maldives have yet to hear who Jesus is. Almost all the major world religions—including Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam—compete for the hearts and minds of people in these countries. Christian persecution is a regular part of following Christ. Pastors have been martyred for their faith, believers beaten and imprisoned, missionaries expelled, and churches burned or bombed. Tim and Dawn are gospel workers in the region, helping guide gospel efforts and workers. Listen as they unpack what it looks like to follow Christ in South Asia—and how we can pray for gospel advance in the region. Listen to hear how Christians in Sri Lanka responded to the Easter Sunday church bombings in 2019, and how recent political turmoil in that country has affected their work. They will also equip listeners to pray for persecuted Christians in other nations of South Asia. What has God put on your heart to do? Has he stirred up your heart for missions work in another country? Tim and Dawn say there's a reason the Lord placed a particular people group or place on your heart. They will share practical next steps to explore God's leading into missions. You can see opportunities to serve in their region at the Southern Asia Access web site. On the first Sunday in November, churches around the world will mark The International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians. You can join in prayer with your family, friends and church. Learn specific ways to pray by downloading free resources here, including a video telling Rebecca's inspiring story from Nigeria. Never miss an episode of VOM Radio! Subscribe to the podcast.
词汇提示1.reign 当政2.charted 绘制地图3.claimed 夺取4.trophies 战利品5.preacher 牧师6.opium 鸦片7.interpreters 口译员8.malaria 疟疾9.abolished 废除10.neglecting 忽视11.commissioned 委托原文David Livingstone ? Medical MissionaryDuring the reign of Queen Victoria (1837-1901),British people traveled around the whole world.They charted the seas, mapped out distant countries and studied plants, animals and people.They also claimed many lands for England.This kind of international travel was made easier by improved transportation and communication.New inventions such as steamships, trains, telegraphs and telephones made long distances seem smaller.Of course, people had different reasons for going to distant lands.Some were businessmen who saw economic opportunities overseas.Big-game hunters wanted to be the first to shoot strange animals and bring back trophies to England.Scientists intended to study unknown animals and plants.Missionaries planned to be the first to introduce Christianity to faraway people.In 1836 a young Scotsman called David Livingstone began to study medicine in Glasgow.Livingstone intended to become a medical missionary.This means that he would be a doctor, as well as a preacher and teacher.Livingstone (1813-1873) came from a poor family.From an early age, he had worked 14 hours a day in a clothing factory for very little pay.But he was determined to learn.He took his books with him to the factory and read as he worked.Then, after work, he would go to his teacher to learn more.Livingstone's goal was to teach faraway people about Jesus.However, unlike some missionaries, he was also interested in science, geography and exploring.He had planned to go to China in 1839, but because of the Opium Wars no missionaries were being sent there.Instead, he asked to go to South Africa.Europeans had traveled around the coasts of Africa for hundreds of years.But very few white people had traveled inland.A missionary named Robert Moffatt who had begun a mission at Kuruman in the interior inspired Livingstone.Livingstone arrived in Kuruman in 1841.This was the farthest outpost of white settlement, and no one seemed to want to go further inland.Livingstone felt that the missionaries should go to the Africans, rather than waiting for the Africans to come to them.With a fellow missionary he set out.When they came to an African tribe, they would talk to the chief and ask permission to preach to his people.Livingstone would also set up a tent and treat the people who had diseases.After a while, he would move on to the next tribe.Once Livingstone learned the Bantu language he would talk to many Africans.But sometimes he needed interpreters.There were many diseases, including malaria and sleeping sickness.Livingstone suffered much of his life from river fever.He was also so weak that he rode on the back of an ox.Livingstone wanted to stop the slave trade.At this time, the slave trade was the most profitable business in Africa.Livingstone hoped that if other kinds of trade were developed, then slavery could be abolished.In order to open up trade, he wanted to find an easy route into the center of Africa.Livingstone kept going further into the interior.He was probably the first European to cross the Kalahari Desert before reaching Lake Ngami in present-day Botswana.Not long after, he traveled further inland.He explored the sources of the Zambesi and Kasai rivers and eventually reached the west coast of Africa at Luanda, Angola.Livingstone was being criticized for neglecting missionary work in order to explore.Livingstone replied that he was opening up the continent for missionaries.Meanwhile, he was becoming famous as a great explorer.The British government commissioned him to explore the Zambesi River.They hoped that ships could sail up the river into the interior.Unfortunately, the Zambesi had too many rapids.However, Livingstone did find a route up the Shire River to Lake Nyassa.He continued to struggle against the slave trade which was now being taken over by Arabs.Livingstone died in Africa in 1873.He was the first white man to explore Botswana Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and surrounding areas.He was not only a great explorer, but also a fine doctor and a good missionary.Nowadays, the countries that Livingstone visited are nearly all Christian--just as he hoped they would be.翻译戴维·利文斯通？医学传教士维多利亚女王统治期间（1837-1901年），英国人周游世界。他们绘制了海洋图，绘制了遥远的国家地图，研究了植物、动物和人。他们还为英格兰夺取了许多土地。由于交通和通讯的改善，这种国际旅行变得更加容易。新的发明，如轮船、火车、电报机和电话，使得远距离看起来更短。当然，人们去遥远的地方有不同的原因。有些是看到海外经济机会的商人。大型猎物猎人希望成为第一个射杀奇怪动物并将战利品带回英格兰的人。科学家们打算研究未知的动植物。传教士计划成为第一个向遥远的人们介绍基督教的人。1836年，一位名叫戴维·利文斯通的年轻苏格兰人开始在格拉斯哥学习医学。利文斯通打算成为一名医学传教士。这意味着他将成为一名医生，同时也是一名传教士和教师。利文斯通（1813-1873）来自一个贫穷的家庭。从很小的时候起，他就在一家服装厂每天工作14小时，工资微薄。但他决心学习。他把书带到工厂，边工作边看书。然后，下班后，他会去他的老师那里学习更多。利文斯通的目标是教导遥远的人们关于耶稣的事。然而，与一些传教士不同，他也对科学、地理和探索感兴趣。他计划在1839年去中国，但由于鸦片战争，没有传教士被派往那里。相反，他要求去南非。数百年来，欧洲人在非洲海岸旅行。但很少有白人去过内陆。一位名叫罗伯特·莫法特（Robert Moffatt）的传教士在内陆的库鲁曼（Kuruman）开始了一次传教，他启发了利文斯通（Livingstone）。利文斯通于1841年抵达库鲁曼。这是白人定居点最远的前哨，似乎没有人想再往内陆走。利文斯通认为传教士应该去非洲人那里，而不是等非洲人来找他们。他和一位传教士同行出发了。当他们来到一个非洲部落时，他们会与酋长交谈，并请求允许向他的人民布道。利文斯通还将搭起帐篷，治疗患病者。过了一段时间，他会搬到下一个部落。一旦利文斯通学会了班图语，他就会和许多非洲人交谈。但有时他需要口译员。那里有许多疾病，包括疟疾和昏睡病。利文斯通一生中大部分时间都在遭受河热病。他也很虚弱，骑在牛背上。利文斯通想阻止奴隶贸易。当时，奴隶贸易是非洲最赚钱的生意。利文斯通希望，如果发展其他类型的贸易，那么奴隶制就可以废除。为了开放贸易，他想找到一条通往非洲中心的捷径。利文斯通继续深入内部。他可能是第一个穿越卡拉哈里沙漠到达今天博茨瓦纳的恩加米湖的欧洲人。不久之后，他前往内陆。他探索了赞比西河和卡赛河的源头，最终到达了安哥拉罗安达的非洲西海岸。利文斯通因忽视传教工作而受到批评。利文斯通回答说，他正在向传教士开放非洲大陆。与此同时，他作为一名伟大的探险家而出名。英国政府委托他探索赞比西河。他们希望船只能顺河航行到内陆。不幸的是，赞比西河有太多的急流。然而，利文斯通确实找到了一条从夏尔河到尼亚萨湖的路线。他继续与奴隶贸易作斗争，而奴隶贸易现在正被阿拉伯人占领。利文斯通于1873年在非洲去世。他是第一个探索博茨瓦纳、津巴布韦、赞比亚、马拉维和周边地区的白人。他不仅是一位伟大的探险家，也是一位优秀的医生和传教士。如今，利文斯通访问的国家几乎都是基督徒——正如他所希望的那样。
How do we define the term “missionary”? How can churches send missionaries well? President of Sixteen:Fifteen, Matthew Ellison, helps us wrestle with and navigate these questions from a Biblical perspective. Sixteen:Fifteen Mark 16:15 “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” -Mark Twain When Everything Is Missions “It is a well-intentioned idea to call everyone a missionary; I think it has unintended consequences.” “If we are sloppy in our definitional work of what missions is and who's a missionary, I think invariably, it is those outside the reach of the Gospel that get disenfranchised.” “When everyone's a missionary, no one's a missionary.” “Biblically, missionary's not a rank, it's a role. They're not super spiritual people, they're not super apostles, they're broken people like everyone else but they have a specific calling to take the Gospel cross-culturally.” “In the New Testament, this is someone who is sent out to cross cultures with the Gospel.” “God's ‘all peoples' mission is an all-hands-on-deck effort.” Acts 13 “Not everyone is called to go, but everyone has a role to play.” “Missionaries are those who do Kingdom work in a cross-cultural context in support of the Great Commission's fulfillment, which is making disciples of all nations.” “We should be discipling people into a global worldview. We have divorced missions and the mission of God to make disciples of all nations from our identity as followers of Jesus.” “The living God is a missionary God, and if we're going to be like Him, we're going to care about the things He cares about, and He cares about His mission [...] Every child of God should be a part of the story of God's redemption.” Philippians 1:19 Philippians 4:17 3 John 1:6 “Send your missionaries in a manner worthy of God's Name.” Philippians 1:5 Perspectives on the World Christian Movement “The calling and appointment of the Spirit will be confirmed in the context of a local body of believers.” “It was a broken heart that got him to the mission field, but it was a love for Jesus that kept him on the mission field.” “I think the only thing that can keep us persevering in the mission of God is a love for Jesus.” “Where zeal for worship is weak, zeal for mission will be weak also.” -John Piper “If we want to see that missions flame burn in our lives until Jesus takes us home, we've gotta stay close to Jesus.” To learn more about reaching the least-reached, listen to episode 74 with Steve Johnson. If your church is interested in learning more about TeachBeyond, contact email@example.com. What's changing our lives: Keane: Hummingbird feeders Heather: Timeshifter App Matthew: Recent change to plant-based diet Weekly Spotlight: Black Forest Academy We'd love to hear from you! firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast Website: https://teachbeyond.org/podcast Learn about TeachBeyond: https://teachbeyond.org/
With the success of the new documentary about the life and legacy of St. Teresa of Calcutta, we revisit with producer David Naglieri as he shares more facts about this incredible saint--and the extraordinary work that continues with the Missionaries of Charity. Nicole Caruso also joins discussing her new book: Worthy of Wearing: How Personal Style Expresses Our Feminine Genius. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring homily to prepare us for this Sunday's Gospel. Catch the show every Saturday at 7amET/5pmET on EWTN radio!
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This is the episode for all of you who have come from a mission, whether that was 3 months ago or 3 years ago. This is for you who feel like things are harder than ever, that you don't know what your purpose is after the mission, and you want to feel as good as you used to. Trust me, I have been you and there is a way out. Today on the podcast, I talk about all things being a return missionary. How to face the awkward, how to rediscover your new purpose after, how to offer yourself grace, and to accept that it is okay to be feeling exactly the way you do, meaning NOTHING is wrong with you. It's so easy to get stuck in thinking you'll never feel as good as you did then. Believe me when I say that's just a story you're telling yourself. Sign up for your free coaching call today to help you rediscover that purpose: (CLICK HERE) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calebthecollegecoach/message
In this episode, Hannah Nation shares about the faith she has observed in the Chinese Church and shares lessons we can take from their example. This conversation is an opportunity to hear stories of God at work around the world and to learn from fellow believers around the world. We believe you will find this episode to be both challenging and encouraging.
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Fr. Roger J. Landry Convent of the Missionaries of Charity, Bronx, NY Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C October 30, 2022 Wis 11:22-12:2, Ps 145, 1 Thes 1:11-2:2, Lk 19:1-10 To listen to an audio recording of today’s homily, please click below: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/catholicpreaching/10.30.22_Homily_1.mp3 The following text guided the homily: Last week Jesus […] The post Jesus’ and the Church’s Rescue Mission to Seek and Save What Is Lost, 31st Sunday (C), October 30, 2022 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.
Only 1.4% of people in Nepal are Christians. Hundreds of thousands of Nepali people live their entire lifetime without ever meeting anyone who follows Jesus. Hundreds of thousands of people in Sri Lanka (1.4% Christian), Bangladesh (0.4%), Bhutan (0.3%) and the Maldives (0.03%) also live and die without ever hearing the gospel message—or even the name of Jesus. God broke the hearts of Tim and Dawn for the lost people of South Asia—and called them to go and live in the region as ambassadors for Christ. Listen as they share their backgrounds, how that call came and some of the challenges of adjusting to life and raising a family in South Asia. Tim and Dawn will also share how they witness for Christ in the context of hostile and restricted nations where Christians are persecuted by speaking Biblical truth into peoples' lives. Just as Jesus used parables to communicate spiritual truth, Tim and Dawn often share simple stories from the Bible, then invite their listeners to respond to the message of the story. Listen for the story of a Buddhist man responding to the story of Moses and the golden calf. The tools Tim and Dawn are using to spread the gospel—hospitality, conversation, simple Bible stories—are available to listeners in free nations, too. Who in your life could you share Biblical truth with this week? Pray for Tim and Dawn and their fellow gospel workers in South Asia. Don't forget to access resources from The Voice of the Martyrs for the upcoming International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians. And never miss an episode of VOM Radio! Subscribe to the podcast.
Today we have the wonderful opportunity to hear more from Dallin and Morgan, the directors of the Sons of Mosiah and Sister of Promise programs respectively! Both of these programs are incredible and inspired for the aid of Missionaries in the field who have some trials. We hope you truly enjoy learning from these two incredible people as they are interviewed by Karen Broadhead, director of Mothers Who Know! Contact Morgan Ellsworth -Director of Sisters of Promise email@example.com(480)319-2420 Contact Dallin Loosli -Director of Sons of Mosiah firstname.lastname@example.org(541)733-8533 Register for Sons of Mosiah and Sisters of Promise. Safe-Guards for Using Technology Join our FREE Mom Power Training for insight and tools you'll love to become confident and empowered with the spirit. Warrior Mothers Who Know - is a FREE group that meets every Tuesday at 11 MT and provides women with a safe place to ask questions that might be more sensitive. A therapist joins the group on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. We believe we are stronger as a TEAM. We connect weekly in small collaborative groups and apply Mom Power principles in a powerful way. We are stronger together! We are crushing the enemy of our souls when we defy isolation and power up with like minded, Christ centered women. Your TEAM is waiting for you!! Book a FREE 30-minute visit with Karen Broadhead, Parent Support Specialist. Karen would love to meet you right where you are and give you a safe space to be heard and to help heal. Are you looking for resources for a loved one. We understand that warrior hearted effort. Look for all our programs at Life Changing Services under the groups/workshops and support/training tabs. If you would like personal coaching or group coaching please take a look at our Eternal Warriors Program at Life Changing Services. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/motherswhoknow/support
In this episode, 286 of Missions Incorporated, we share a field report from Italy. Missionaries in the book of Acts would at times return to their sending churches to report on what God has been doing. We do likewise by writing newsletters and by sharing them on our podcast and video channels so that individuals, families, and churches can tune in and hear the latest. To God alone the glory. Links Mentioned in the Episode:PMc Short-term Cohorts for 2023 Support PMcJoin The Italian Cohort online community group on DiscordPMc NewslettersMore Links:Q&AAsk a Question - and be featured on the podcastVision Trip InfoPMc AcademiaServePMc InstagramPMc FacebookLike Jesus driven to His cross, so we drive ourselves to the singular task of the edification (planting) of Biblical churches in Italy.If you like the podcast, please leave us a 5-star review so others can learn about the podcast and the ministry to the Italian people through Practical Missions Cohort. Thanks!Apple Podcast ReviewSupport the showDo you love God, Italians, Italy, and the church of Jesus Christ? Do you want to play a more personal role in missions work abroad? Do you want to get all our content and updates (plus bonus material no one else sees) before anyone else? We invite you to join The Italian Cohort - our online community group on Discord - and gain inside access to the work going on in Italy.
On today's episode, we recount mission experiences, including hard ones like Preston's sexual assault, and provide advice for new missionaries entering the field—gay or straight. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or whatever platform you use. Buy Preston's book:https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B59HFQLJSubscribe to your YouTube Channel!https://youtube.com/channel/UCQLkj5TX9vqhibqdj8yi0RgFollow us on Instagramhttps://instagram.com/sitdownwithsky?utm_medium=copy_linkFollow us on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/sitdownwithsky?s=21All of our links:https://linktr.ee/SitdownwithskySources:https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/jbms/vol1/iss1/7/https://www.fairlatterdaysaints.org/answers/Book_of_Mormon/Nephi%27s_killing_of_Laban/Ethical_considerations
Faith Moments with Dina Marie for the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C, October 30, 2022. Listen carefully to the readings and join Dina Marie for this reflection. Resources used in this recording are: The Word Among Us Daily Meditations for October 2022. http://www.wau.org/ (www.WAU.ORG) 2022 Workbook for Lectors, Gospel Readers, and Proclaimers of the Word: United States Edition http://www.ltp.org/ (www.LTP.org) Prayer offered this week: A Prayer to offer your Sunday Mass for Priests: Heavenly Father, for the glory of your Holy Name, we offer you Jesus, the Incarnate Word, whom we have received in the Sacrament of his love, and in whom you are well pleased. Through Mary Immaculate, we offer ourselves united with Christ, for the sanctification and increase of your priests. Pour your Divine Spirit upon them, give them a great love for the cross and make fruitful their pastoral work. Amen Offered by the Missionaries of the Holy Spirit, http://www.mspusa.org/ (www.mspusa.org) The readings for the Mass on the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time: First Reading: Wisdom 11:22-12:2 Psalm 145: I will praise your name for ever, my king and my God. Second Reading: 2 Thessalonians 1:11-2:2 Gospel Reading: Luke 19:1-10 For the daily liturgical readings visit: http://www.usccb.org/ (www.usccb.org) or http://www.wau.org/ (www.wau.org) The podcast of this program is at http://www.materdeiradio.com/ (www.materdeiradio.com).
We are so excited to have two of our supported missionaries from Ukraine on this week's episode! It was a great conversation talking about what got them into missions, but more importantly, they spoke about what life has been like for them in 2022, their evacuation, the four months they spent in Hungry trying to serve Ukrainian refugees, and what it looks like for them to go back to Ukraine in 2023.
Brian and Aubrey are joined by Don Sivesind and Jonathan Cox from Decision Point to talk about how to support students in an often-overlooked mission field: public schools.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we're joined by Dr. Voddie Baucham, dean of theology at African Christian University in Zambia, to discuss the current state of the country and the topics of public schools, race, diversity, and Christian nationalism. First, with the midterm election coming up in two weeks, we look at how Christians can come to terms with where we've found ourselves as a nation in the midst of drag queen story hours and corporate CRT policies. We talk about the depravity of public school curriculum and the popular philosophy of sending kids to public school as "missionaries." We break down how CRT and race politics are merely about power and how the Left only wants diversity if it's ethnic diversity. Then, we dive into how "Christian nationalism" has become a trigger phrase for the Left and what it actually means. --- Timecodes: [00:42] New stickers! [03:00] Interview with Dr. Voddie Baucham begins [9:30] Infiltrating schools with Leftism [14:59] Sending kids to public school [21:31] Critical Race Theory and race politics [26:50] Equity v equality [37:06] Diversity [42:53] Encouragement to Christian parents [46:30] "Christian Nationalism" --- Today's Sponsors: Good Ranchers — change the way you shop for meat today by visiting GoodRanchers.com/ALLIE and use promo code 'ALLIE' to save $30 off your order AND get 2 lbs of chicken free (October-only special)! Annie's Kit Clubs — all subscriptions are month-to-month, and you can cancel anytime! Go to AnniesKitClubs.com/ALLIE and get your first month 75% off! PublicSq. — download the PublicSq app from the App Store or Google Play, create a free account, and begin your search for freedom-loving businesses! Samaritan's Purse — demonstrate God's love in a tangle way by providing a Christmas shoebox to a child. Visit SamaritansPurse.org/OCC to learn how to pack a shoebox or build one online. --- Previous Episodes with Dr. Baucham: Ep 282 | Exposing & Opposing Social Justice Theology | Guest: Dr. Voddie Baucham https://apple.co/3grw2G0 Ep 460 | How Social Justice Activism Is Infecting The Church | Guest: Dr. Voddie Baucham https://apple.co/3SvMnXE --- "R.I.P. ROE" Sticker: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey/products/rip-roe-sticker "Go VOTE" Sticker: https://shop.blazemedia.com/products/vote-sticker?pr_prod_strat=use_description&pr_rec_id=6552e1052&pr_rec_pid=7931910291709&pr_ref_pid=7926489317629&pr_seq=uniform --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise – use promo code 'ALLIE10' for a discount: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The anxious mother in India had tried everything. Her son was very sick. It seemed he would soon die. She'd been to the Hindu temples and made offerings to many Hindu gods. Nothing had worked. Her son only became sicker. Then, a traveling salesman suggested that she pray to Jesus. She did—and her son was healed! Amazed and awe-struck, the mother and son hunted down the salesman to find out more about this Jesus who answers prayers. Today, her son is a pastor and evangelist who's travelled more than 40,000 miles sharing the gospel. God is at work in hostile and restricted nations! That's just one of the stories you'll hear this week from David Witt, CEO of Spirit of Martyrdom and a former staff member at The Voice of the Martyrs. David will also share stories from his encounters with Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand, VOM's founders, and the “holy experience” of visiting one of the prison cells where Richard was held in Communist Romania. David will also tell how he became aware of and involved in ministry to persecuted Christians, and how God used the attacks of 9-11 to draw the attention of American Christians to radical Islam and the scriptural call to love our enemies. Today, the ministry David leads is training up church planters and leaders in multiple countries—with an eye on training that's easily reproducible to other potential leaders. Listen as he shares how those being trained immediately put their learning into action, and how we can pray for these frontline gospel workers. The International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians is coming soon. CLICK HERE to access resources—including a video about a persecuted Christian in Nigeria—to help your church, small group and family pray for persecuted Christians on this important day. Never miss an episode of VOM Radio! Subscribe to the podcast.
TRADCAST EXPRESS - Episode 163 Topics covered: News about the Synod on Synodality; Eric Sammons on the Papacy; 'Fr.' John Hunwicke is impressed by an Anglican idea; Peter Kwasniewski and the "miracle of the Papacy". Links: Antipope Francis, Address to the General Chapter of the Missionaries of Mariannhill, Vatican.va (Oct. 20, 2022) Eric Sammons, Tweet of Oct. 19, 2022 Rev. John Hunwicke, "Manifesto?", Fr Hunwicke's Mutual Enrichment (Oct. 20, 2022) "Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller issues 'Manifesto of Faith' in apparent Swipe at Francis", Novus Ordo Wire (Feb. 9, 2019) Collection of Magisterial Quotes: The Catholic Teaching on the Papacy Peter Kwasniewski, "Lessons from Church History: A Brief Review of Papal Lapses", One Peter Five (Aug. 6, 2018) "The Limits to Invoking 'Papal Lapses' as a Justification for the Recognize-and-Resist Position: A Response to Dr. Peter Kwasniewski", Novus Ordo Wire (Sep. 26, 2018) Julia Meloni, "Modernism and 'The Miracle of the Papacy'", Crisis Magazine (Oct. 15, 2022) Peter Kwasniewski, Facebook Post (Mar. 26, 2021) "The Battle for the Catholic Ethos: Peter Kwasniewski tries to save Recognize-and-Resist", Novus Ordo Wire (Apr. 19, 2021) Sign up to be notified of new episode releases automatically at tradcast.org. Produced by NOVUSORDOWATCH.org Support us by making a tax-deductible contribution at NovusOrdoWatch.org/donate/
In leadership we experience different kinds of suffering, including loneliness, opposition, and spiritual attacks. Shepherding others involves following Christ into his way of blessing and also his suffering. Yet our Risen Savior walks with us through our trials, comforting us with his empathy, presence, and purpose.Tune in to this episode of Soul Talks as Bill and Kristi unpack some of the challenges of leadership. You will be encouraged to find enduring joy even in painful times of leadership because you are not alone—you serve with Jesus and the God of all grace, and can find support from fellow soul shepherds who understand your suffering.Resources for this Episode:Soul Shepherding InstituteSoul Shepherding NetworkSr. Spiritual DirectorsSr. Coaching
Listen today as I talk to Kevin and Erica Lu, currently living in Tucson, Arizona. They discuss: How they met on the Asian mission field How Kevin overcame his shyness to become a bold preacher What they experienced getting persecuted and kicked out of the country they were reaching out in What they are doing on campus at the University of Arizona to revive that ministry in the wake of COVID The changes they've had to make returning from the foreign mission field There advice for those who want to do missionary work overseas