Why is Knowing Hebrew Helpful for Pastors?

I am going to the Central African Preaching Academy to teach pastors how to use Hebrew when preaching God’s Word from the Old Testament. How does that work? Let me see if I can illustrate it for you. Let’s look at Psalm 23:1 in a couple English translations. The Lord is my shepherd; I shall …

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Saying Goodbye to Say Hello

(Ashley's necklace from PlanetJill) From Ashley: New beginnings are funny things. It's never JUST a restart, it's always accompanied by saying goodbye to things - often loved things - in order to move to the next thing. For our new beginning to start, the first goodbye is saying goodbye to my job! I told my …

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How to Give!

If you desire to partner with us financially we can now accept donations for our trip! All contributions are tax-deductible.* To contribute, make a check out to Grace Ministries International and in the memo line put “Malawi-Chris Mullins.” Mail the check to Grace Ministries International at 13248 Roscoe Boulevard, Sun Valley, CA 91352. Electronic giving is now available as …

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T-Minus Two Months!

Today is two months from our launch date for Malawi! Over the past few weeks, the reality of our leaving to go and help train Malawian pastors has become more and more real. We have purchased tickets to leave from Los Angeles on June 11th, and we will (Lord-willing) arrive in Lilongwe, Malawi on June 13th.

The Mandate and Multiplicative Effect of Training Men for Ministry–A Brief Theology of Why We want to Help Train Pastors in Malawi

Jesus, the Head of the Church, gave the church the mandate to make disciples of all nations (Matt 28:18-20). A disciple of Christ is one who follows Christ and loves Him and shows his or her love by obedience to His commands. But a big follow-up question is, “How?” How are disciples to be made …

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