It’s been a killer first year here at Go. Serve. Love. We are passionately committed to equipping you to go there, serve him, and love them in Jesus’ name.
Where could God take you in 2019?
May you follow him unwaveringly–and with your entire being.
-The Go. Serve. Love. Team
We weren’t clearly “called” to Africa…that I know of. Ever feel like clarity in your big decisions is elusive, despite your longing to do what God wants?
“Life on the mission field is made up of 10% ministry, and 90% surviving. But people across the world, they only want to hear about the 10%.”
It is an attitude of superiority, a god-complex. An attitude that communicates an underlying assumption, intentionally or not, that the rich westerner is the one with power and authority and agency. As this is communicated, of course the opposite is communicated as well.
How can you make unreached people groups a regular part of your prayer life? We’ve got practical ideas and a free, printable infographic of 10 ways to pray.
Surrender. Is it an end to a battle? The waving of a white flag? Resentfully giving up? Or could it begin a mind-blowing new life?
Expose your missions stereotypes–and introduce yourself to new possibilities of overseas work. How could God use you over there?
Looking at the recent death of John Chau in his efforts toward an unreached people group, what can we learn? How can we respond in this tragedy?
Some kids don’t take kindly to being ripped out of their neighborhood, drug away from their friends, and forever separated from their favorite breakfast cereal. But there is hope. You can help them to not only accept the changes but to embrace them. And thrive.
We get it that sometimes it’s hard to know how your career and education could manifest over there. So today Laurence Knoop (formerly of the British Armed Forces and now a construction manager in East Africa) gives you a “day in the life” glimpse of how his career has transplanted.
You wouldn’t attempt to be a concert pianist without lessons, no matter how you were “called”. Here, cross-cultural lessons to expand your heart for the nations right where you’re at.