Can you hear it?
It sounds like drums in the distance. It’s the heartbeat of the global church. Believers across the nation and around the world are being awakened by the Holy Spirit with the vision of completing the greatest task known to man. They’re going, sending, welcoming, mobilizing, and praying—all for the cause of Christ. You can have a tremendous impact on church growth worldwide by taking on all or some of these five habits.
World Christian Habit #1
Going to the Nations
Many believers are burdened for the peoples whom have never heard the name of our savior Jesus Christ. God is drawing His people to bring the revelation of His saving grace to the unreached. Goers are those that desire to step into cross cultural missions as church planters, business as mission entrepreneurs, and more.
World Christian Habit #2
Senders leverage their resources, skills, and time to support the work of those engaged in ministry. They provide moral support, logistics support, financial support, prayer support, communication support, and re-entry support for those serving at home and abroad.
World Christian Habit #3
Students from all over the world travel to study at universities, technical institutes, and community colleges. Welcomers see the strategic opportunity they have to share the Gospel with internationals right here at home. The world is at your door. Open up your life and welcome them in.
World Christian Habit #4
The laborers are plentiful, but the workers are few. The body of Christ has work to do of epic proportions. However, many believers never ask how they can live more strategically for the Kingdom. With our finite time on this planet, we cannot afford to let years slip by without a God-sized vision directing how and where we are going to spend the majority of our time, talent, energy, and resources. Mobilizers inspire, mentor, and connect individuals to strategic opportunities to live and work within God's global purpose.
World Christian Habit #5
Praying for the Nations
Prayer warriors are those that are on their knees for the nations, missionaries, and the advancement of God's Kingdom in those places that currently have no access to the Gospel. Those who are suffering under tyranny, poverty, oppression, corruption, and lack of Jesus' presence need God's people to humble themselves and pray. Praying for the nations will change your life and change the world.