The Great Cosmic War – Part 1

If you are like me, you’ve heard the creation story dozens of times. The story goes that God creates a beautiful planet, lots of animals, and the first couple, Adam and Eve.  Then the serpent (a.k.a. Satan) gets Adam and Eve to sin, they get in trouble with God, and God kicks them out of the garden.  Roll credits.

However, I recently heard the story brought to life in a whole new way.  I can now see much deeper into this ancient tale of humanity’s beginning and how much it has implications for us and our purposes on earth now.  So, for a moment, enter into the story like you’ve never heard it before.

Beauty and Power Bestowed

God creates an amazing, endless universe.  Within it he crafts a planet filled with beauty and thriving with life.  Pouring down power and glory, he fills it with an abundance of color, design, and intricacy.  He constructs an infinite numbers of creatures that swim, fly, and crawl amidst magnificent trees, plants, and breath-taking landscapes. This planet is a place of adventure and intrigue, but lacks anyone to cultivate and develop it.

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A great post from Missiologically Thinking

churchA big part of Kingdom work is networking with other people, ministries, agencies, networks, etc. In the Guild, we place a high value on sharing resources and learning from each other. So from time to time we would like to introduce you to other ministries and resources that we feel are valuable in equipping us to reach the lost with Christ’s Good News. Here is an excellent post from J. D. Payne’s blog, Missiologically Thinking, which is in beautiful alignment with much of our thinking in the Guild. Be blessed! And feel free to visit J. D.’s blog and Follow his posts.

Reaching the World’s Most Reached People Groups

What would happen if a mission agency started advertising their mission statement as: to plant churches among the world’s most reached people groups? Continue reading “A great post from Missiologically Thinking”