This Sunday at Church: Reach out to a Missionary — The Domain for Truth

For this Sunday here’s what you can do: Reach out to a Missionary. Even as we are busy with our own lives, the lives of family members and the local church body life, don’t forget that in many parts of the world there are Christians doing the work of God in places where there’s not […]

This Sunday at Church: Reach out to a Missionary — The Domain for Truth.

There are ways to reach out to missionaries, be it in this country or other countries. Be aware of time zone differences if you are trying to reach out to someone in a different part of the world.

I would also encouraging praying for missionaries as some are in countries where it is dangerous to be a missionary. I remember some local missionaries who were kidnapped in the Philippines and one of them was killed in a rescue attempt. This happened around 2001 when they were kidnapped and the rescue attempt happened about 12 or 13 months later.

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4 Responses to This Sunday at Church: Reach out to a Missionary — The Domain for Truth

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Thanks for sharing this and also reminding us to pray for them too

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  2. SLIMJIM says:

    Scheduling this on Twitter

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