Missions – Commending What We Cherish

Worship is the fuel of missions. If our passion for worship grows cold, I guarantee you that our heart for the lost will also grow cold.
If we don’t learn to worship God in Spirit and truth we will never have the heart for mission that God asks.
Worship fuels mission because ‘you will always commend  that which you cherish!‘
— John Piper

Unless there is a deep sense of personal indebtedness to the Savior, born out of an understanding of the great cost of our redemption,
it is unlikely that we will have a lasting or influential concern for mission.
— Trevor Harris

World Christians are day-to-day disciples for whom Christ’s global cause has become the integrating, overriding priority for all that He is for them.
Like disciples should, they actively investigate all that their Master’s Great Commission means. Then they act on what they learn. World Christians are Christians whose life directions have been solidly transformed by a world vision.
— David Bryant

I will place no value on anything I have or may possess except in relation to the kingdom of Christ.
— David Livingstone

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