God Can Use Every Career in Missions

By Scott Armstrong Recently I published an article that I wrote for the NYI Online Magazine that highlighted how God has used volunteer missionaries from all kinds of “secular” careers for his glory in the Genesis Initiative.   There wasn’t enough space to share all of the testimonies I received when I asked for help from the 32 missionaries... Continue Reading →

Truly Encountering God

The following testimony was written by Ana Perdomo (Mexico), she served as a volunteer missionary in Project Timothy and Encuentro. God continues to call and use the lives of young people who are willing to listen and obey: My first week in Guatemala I served as a translator for a team that had come from... Continue Reading →

Making Progress in the Panama Genesis Site

Forty-eight Panamanians and 21 people from the Kansas District, USA, joined July 27-29 for an urban Maximum Mission in Panama City. The purpose was to impact the sites where Genesis missionaries are serving. On the first day they served in the Carrasquilla community, which is the area of responsibility for Genesis missionaries Keila Molina and... Continue Reading →

Coffee and Wine

“Therefore, if what I eat causes my brother to fall into sin, I will never eat meat again, so that I will not cause him to fall.” (1 Cor. 8:13) When my father was pastoring several years ago, there was a woman who wanted to become a member in the church.  However, she disagreed with... Continue Reading →

Stumbling Block

“Be careful, however, that the exercise of your freedom does not become a stumbling block to the weak.” (1 Cor. 8:9) As a new youth pastor, I invited one of the sophomores in the youth group to grab some ice cream after school.  As he climbed into my car and I turned the key, the... Continue Reading →

Loving, Knowing, and Being Known

“The man who loves God is known by God.” (1 Cor. 8:3) On my wedding day, I was head-over-heels enamored with my wife. I thought I could never be more in love. However, eighteen years later the love is even deeper.  We’ve shared many tears and countless belly-splitting times of laughter.  Just one look can... Continue Reading →

The More You Know

“The man who thinks he knows something does not yet know as he ought to know.” (1 Cor. 8:2) In college, I was given a topic for a research paper.  I spent a good part of the semester reading, investigating, checking sources, and taking notes.  Every article cited another 20 journals and papers.  When I... Continue Reading →

The Famous Know-it-All

“We know that we all possess knowledge.  Knowledge puffs up, but love builds up.” (1 Cor. 8:1) Have you ever met a know-it-all? He (or she) justifiably has a lot of information in his brain, and he wants to let the world know every bit of it.  You’ll know when you’ve met one if they... Continue Reading →

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