Publish Great Things
'Publish Great Things' Resources
You and your students can examine the scriptural teaching on missions and review highlights from the history of missions. This book suggests various ways to become involved in missions through your local church and emphasizes a layperson's involvement in missions work.
These pages provide resources and links that can be used with Publish Great Things, of the Bible Modular Series, published by the BJU Press in April 2001. Biblical missions is a dynamic and expanding field. Teachers must stay current with world events, with missionary methodology and with student needs in order to be effective for the Lord in the classroom. The Publish Great Things textbook and teacher's edition seek to deliver timeless principles of missions based on the scriptures. This web site seeks to provide current information on missions. The materials may be used in the classroom or for student research.
BJU Press Bible Resources
- Witness to Christ—by Stewart Custer is a practical, warm-hearted, and yet scholarly explanation of the book of Acts. The information will provide much insight for missions students and instructors.
- Nothing Daunted—by Gloria Repp is the story of Isobel Kuhn, a missionary to the Lisu tribe of China. This is an excellent book for classroom reading or student use.
- God's Leading Hand—by J.B. Williams is a series of fascinating events in the Williams family in east Africa. This is an excellent book for classroom reading and for discussing different cultures.
- Typical Week in the Life of a Missionary Kid—A teen on the mission field records his experiences during a normal week. The information can encourage class discussion about family life on the mission field.
- Prayer Letters—Folks at a local church gather missionary prayer letters and condense them to form a concise prayer publication. Click on the link to view an example. Classes using Publish Great Things will profit from similar exercises. The church or school will also appreciate the effort of the students.
- Missionary Biography Summary—Students will often read more carefully if the instructor requires specific information. This form gives teachers a way to grade reading objectively. The Missionary Biography Form is an effective tool to encourage thoughtful reading about Gods servants.
- Missionary Biography Summary Example—See a completed example form about a BJU Press biography of Isobel Kuhn.
- CIA World Factbook—provides detailed information about and maps for about every modern country. Teachers and students will find this web site very helpful.
- Language Learning—For a missionary, nothing will replace a good course in a foreign language. This web site will provide basic words and phrases for many languages. Use the information to prepare a short-term team or interview a missionary.
- U.S. State Department—This site contains official information about travel, passports, visas and diplomatic relations.
Mission Teams Helps
- Mission Team Testimonies—Memorable experiences from members of the Australia Mission Team
- Missionary Testimony About Mission Teams—A testimony of a thankful missionary in the Pacific Rim of Asia regarding mission teams
- Men for Missions—a local church organization dedicated to supporting missionaries through practical service.
- Organizing a Foreign Language Team—Some great, easy-to-read ideas from Rob Loach regarding planning the team
- Passport Information—for those going on a team outside the United States.
Mission Boards and Missions Information Links
- Wholesomewords—a great resource of biographies, information and links to other missions-related sites.
- The Mission Station—a great resource of biographies, information and links to other missions-related sites.
- Biblical Ministries Worldwide—A church-planting mission organization that serves independent churches
- Continental Baptist Missions—The mission of Continental Baptist Missions is "to provide support services for planting and developing biblically sound and spiritually healthy Baptist churches in North America."
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