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Andy Upton – A Dependent People

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

Andy Upton is the pastor of Knighton Evangelical Free Church in Leicester. He spoke on Saturday morning on Matthew 6:11-12 The heartbeat of mission is dependence on God. Think of the disciples sent out without any provisions, or Hudson Taylor and George Mueller. The order of the Lord’s ...

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Tags: conference, dependent, forgive, forgiveness

Andy Upton – His Kingdom, His Will

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

Andy Upton is the pastor of Knighton Evangelical Free Church in Leicester. He spoke on Friday morning on Matthew 6:10. Introduction: No one finds prayer easy. Some have learned to delight in it and enjoy it. But it’s never easy. Why? One reason is that we don’t believe that it works. ...

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Tags: kingdom come, conference

Max Tykhonov - On Mission With Jesus

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

On Mission With Jesus – Max Tykhonov (Ukraine) What does the Bible say about Jesus as a missionary? It would be odd if we only look to the apostles for an example of missions. Jesus is the founder of our mission, the catalyst of our mission, and the content of our mess...

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Tags: jesus mission, conference

why radstock?

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

There are a lot of awesome missions groups out there, but here are five reasons I particularly enjoy being involved in the Radstock network: Money. Radstock does a lot of good work with a ridiculously small amount of money. There are no full-time administrative employees. There are no offices. ...

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Tags: mckinley, reasons to like radstock, conference

Mercy and the Gospel

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

There's some sturm und drang these days about the role of mercy ministry in the life of the church. And I can totally understand why. Evangelicals keep flirting with the temptation to put gospel proclamation and social action on equal footing, as if we can do one and not the other. I think ...

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Tags: local, food pantry, mercy

Missiological Humility

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

There's a great post over at the 9Marks blog on the ways that humility must inform our missiology. Check it out ...

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Tags: 9 marks

Cross Cultural Missions at Home

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

In God's providence, our church is located in an ethnically and economically diverse area. It wasn't that way when it was established in 1857, but the world has changed quite a bit since then. Now we have huge populations of recent Asian and Latin American immigrants all around us.   There ...

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Tags: cross cultural mission, partnership, hospitality

How to Listen to Sermons, Both Faithful and Heretical

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

Mike McKinley is pastor of Guilford Baptist Church in Virginia USA and a Radstock Trustee.  This post can also be found on the 9 Marks Blog.   Jesus tells us to be careful how we hear (Luke 8:18). Yet many Christians approach the Sunday sermon with little to no game-plan for listening ...

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Tags: resource, listen, sermon, listen up

being an ambassador in my own community

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

Herndon, Virginia is a tense place. Twenty years ago it was a fairly quiet far suburb of Washington DC. Now, to hear some people say it, it is over-run with illegal immigrants. Every morning the parking lot of McDonald's and the adjacent convenience store are flooded with men looking for a ...

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Tags: usa, spanish speaking

New church plants in Northern Virginia, USA

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

The church that I pastor is located in Northern Virginia, about a half hour outside of Washington, DC. We have a great and increasingly common mission field: our own backyard. The neighborhood in which our church is situated is about 70% immigrant, mostly Latin American and Asian Indian. Our ...

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Tags: church planting, usa, spanish speaking

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