Matt Carter shares four reasons why we should be passionate about the nations.
"I am more concerned with biblical burden and motivation intensity, than I am with the particulars of awareness or knowledge of the lay of the land in the world with regard to how many groups are there, where do the live, how unreached are they. "
Recently, though, Noah has felt a tug to uproot from Austin and his tight network here to follow Jesus to his new home, in a nation thousands of miles away where he knows almost no one - except the Lord.
Libya is home to nearly 6.2 million people and approximately 28 unreached people groups. Last year a team of cross cultural workers began to pray that God would raise up others to go to these unreached people groups in the nation of Libya.
Find out from John Piper why reaching cities is both culturally smart and biblically warranted.
"The people who lay themselves out most fully, at most risk, with most sacrifice for Jesus bare the greatest dividends!" Find out why.
For all of our compassion, we should be seeing some substantial positive changes in the lives of poor people and communities. The reality is that the poor are poorer.
David Platt and Matt Carter discuss what it means to be a church with a DNA for the nations. Learn how your church can be more involved in spreading the gospel.