Apostolos Missions North America is preparing for the Summer Membership Training to take place at the end of June. One of the most promising activities is an Apologetics Workshop. The purpose of this workshop is to equip students with the answers to tough questions that students may ask on campus
There are many scriptures that teach this, but to save us an exhaustive journey through the word of God, we will focus on one theme. In part one, the theme was authenticity. Today, it's the sometimes dreaded theme of obedience. Part 2 will feature more examples from the Bible and how they can end up playing out practically in our daily relationships.
There are many scriptures that teach this, but to save us an exhaustive journey through the word of God, we will focus on one theme- Authenticity. In a future devotion, we will look at others such as obedience.
The Oxford dictionary defines the word missionary as "a person sent on a religious mission, especially one sent to promote Christianity in a foreign country." It comes from the mid 17th century: from modern Latin missionaries, meaning "act of sending" or mittere, meaning "to send." The word missionary was used in light of its biblical usage. In the Latin translation of the Bible, Christ uses the word when sending the disciples to preach in his name.
If you've done college mission long enough, you're likely to run into this problem: The campus that once seemed like a harvest field overflowing with potential leaders is now going through a summertime drought. In this situation, what is a college leader to do? Here is a top 10 list of what you can do in this preparation season
Apostolos Missions International chapters are preparing mini-retreats for this upcoming Easter. The retreats are centered on the Word, but will also include a time of activities. Various leaders have requested ideas for how to engage in Bible-centered fun after the time of Bible study. Here are some ideas for chapters. More details can be found in AM's Basic Evangelism Strategies Guidebook.
AM International is modeling (or benchmarking) various fellowships that have a similar vision and direction. One former fellowship is called the Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions (SVM). This movement revived mission with an ecumenical spirit and succeeded in mobilizing thousands of university students in the U.S. for world mission.
Apostolos Missions International is continually sharing its vision and clear direction for the coming years. Plans for the next five-year have already gone underway. However, AM's vision as an ecumenical organization and reason for existence will continue to expand following the example of revivalists and famous movement leaders.
The world looks pretty bleak most of the time. As the years progress, there are advancements that shine a ray of hope and positivity.
Post-Christianity is marked as the loss of Christianity as the dominant or supreme worldview in society. Namely, Western values, have transitioned from holding the Bible as the authoritative guide to world affairs, to becoming a god for themselves and considering faith and religious commitment as unimportant.
AM International offers prayers for world peace and salvation through Jesus Christ in the wake of great world tragedies. Students at AM Columbia have been meditating on the history and direction of God as described in the Bible.
Apostolos Mission International (AM) is proudly continuing the legacy of world evangelization as established by American missiologist, Ralph D. Winter. Ralph D. Winter was an accomplished missiologist and missionary who opened a new paradigm regarding the role of churches, mission structures, and outreach among unreached people groups. His strategy and approach to mission was a watershed transition that opened the door for the world to know the Gospel.
Apostolos Missions International (AM) is re-evaluating its mission and purpose to serve as a platform for diverse bodies to participate in the work of God. Among many fellowships and organizations, AM has a unique presence as an ecumenical body that seeks to underrate minor doctrinal conflicts and accept one another as the body of Christ