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What does church planting across the globe actually involve? ’Til the Whole World Hears is a podcast of short conversations with retired WEC missionaries where we hear the nitty-gritty of cross-cultural ministry and what it’s all about. Continue Reading >>
What does church planting across the globe actually involve? ’Til the Whole World Hears is a podcast of short conversations with retired WEC missionaries where we hear the nitty-gritty of cross-cultural ministry and what it’s all about. << Show Less
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A living sermon Part 2 of David and Sue’s adventures in mission in Northern Ghana.
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A living sermon Part 2 of David and Sue’s adventures in mission in Northern Ghana.
Storying good news Dave and Sue went to Ghana, West Africa for 10 exciting years (1987-1997), and worked among the Konkomba tribe. Listen to how they were called to serve in Ghana, and what it was like to be there with a young family. Hear how Sue taught literacy for women, and David went with a co-worker to the tribal Chief, to ask for his permission to talk to the village about Jesus.
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David takes up the story: “Our vision for sharing the Gospel was to start with Creation, and the Fall. And then go through the Bible introducing the story of God choosing a man, and then choosing Abraham, and then God choosing a tribe (very important for a tribal group to hear this: they understood all this), and then God choosing a people, and then eventually talking about God sending his Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, and sharing what he did, and how he came, and what he taught. We went back to the village week by week sharing the Gospel with them, and then at the very end asking the village whether they want to follow Jesus. In one village, 200 people stood up and said: ‘Yes! We have decided we would like to follow Jesus,’ and it was a wonderful thing.”
I will go with you In this episode, duo Wilf and Pat talk about church planting in the face of opposition, helping build the Burkina Faso universal alphabet, and unsuspected proposals …
Do you have his permission to stay home? In this episode, Jo discusses her call to cross-cultural ministry, and the part she played in building up the church. Our discussion also covers applying the Bible to cultures, and the provision of a fridge.
Is Jesus really the Lord of your life? In this episode, Liz touches on the cultural differences of gender roles, and how prayer can witness to God’s power..
Nothing to fear, nothing to hide, nothing to prove The Lord doesn't always choose the most likely people – so says Patrick in this week's episode all about his time serving God in Japan. Listen to hear about his surprising journey!
Allow him to shine through you In this episode, John talks through the various challenges and joys of planting a church in West Africa. Watch out for the lightening strike!
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In the Bible, Mademoiselle! In this episode Margaret who served in DR Congo as a teacher, remembers some of the remarkable people she knew. These are humorous short stories of faith, joy, and amazing answers to prayer.
God so loved the world Ever heard someone say they were “called into overseas Christian ministry”? Our podcast, ’Til the Whole World Hears, explores what that looked like in the lives of some of our WEC retired missionaries. Packed with stories about bringing Jesus to places that don’t yet know Him, and lots of wisdom born from experience, these short episodes are a joy to listen to. In this episode, Margaret White and I discuss, among other things, the role of prayer and our attitudes toward it, and the pace of life in different cultures. Margaret, a teacher, served in DR Congo.
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