But don’t just listen to God’s word. You must do what it says.
Our team has returned from Russia after a week of ministering with Mission Possible (MP.org). The trip was packed with powerful ministry on the streets, in the shelter homes, and in the churches. Countless lives were impacted, including our own.
My relationship with Missions Possible began in the early 1990’s when I was asked to write some curriculum for the International Education Fellowship. This is MP’s school to educate pastors for planting churches after communism crumbled in the former Soviet Union. Since then tens of thousands of leaders have gone through the IEF courses and thousands of churches have been birthed.
Beyond working with pastors and churches, Mission Possible has reached out the “least of these”. MP and its teams are working tirelessly to help children and families lost in crisis and poverty. You can see the impact Mission Possible is making by visiting www.MP.org.
For a number of years I have served on the board of Mission Possible. I have heard the stories, know just about everything bring done through the various ministries, and have even acted as a spokesperson in various media outlets. I knew and spoke a lot about the organization. But after this trip, I have experienced first hand the ministry taking place. The whole ministry seems bigger, better, stronger. Now its real to me. Its not just something I’ve heard about, its something I’ve seen and experienced.
What are you doing to experience God? You may know a lot about Him. You may even talk about Him with others. But what are you experiencing first hand that makes God seem bigger, better, stronger in your life? Step out in faith. Take a risk. Get involved. Make it real this week!