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Stepping Stones

Meet Fallon Puckett, a high school student from Washington State, who spent three weeks in Northern Thailand and experienced the love of God in a way that brought peace and clarified thoughts about her future.

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Interruptions or Opportunities?

I try really hard to be a go-with-the-flow kind of a person. I’d like to be someone that rolls with the punches. I think life would be a lot easier for me if I could get the hang of that.

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The Gospel Path – First to Last

Romans 1-4

“I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes: first for the Jew, then for the Gentile. For in the gospel a righteousness from God is revealed, a righteousness that is by faith from first to last, just as it is written: ‘The righteous will live by faith.’” Romans 1:16, 17

The righteousness or right standing with God, which we receive by faith in Jesus Christ, is from first to last. We first received this righteousness by faith when we first surrendered our lives to Jesus and trusted in his righteousness for salvation. The temptation as we move along in our Christian experience is to begin to trust in our efforts, our own righteousness as the years go by. However, the power of the gospel must be experienced from first to last in our faith journey. The last lap of this race is as important as the first. The path is the gospel from first to last.

Jesus, you are my righteousness. I surrender my life and will to you again today and receive your grace and power and righteousness by faith, to live through me for your glory.

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Daily Prayer Guide

Increasingly, MB Mission is sending workers into parts of the world where there are restrictions upon them in terms of their freedom to speak openly about mission. There are various reasons for these restrictions, and each context is unique, but our commitment to love the least reached means that we will continue to go where the Gospel is either misunderstood or not welcome.

For those who are familiar with our communication guidelines, you know that we routinely use initials for all workers in restricted areas. Although this can be impersonal, we want to respect their need for sensitivity and caution regarding their public identity. These precautions are not only motivated by concern for our workers’ own safety and security, but also for that of national workers and contacts in restricted areas.

We sincerely hope that you understand these policies and that you will adopt them in your own communication. The rapid movement and accessibility of information is a part of the new reality in global mission that we all face together. As we take these precautions seriously, we also want to remind each other that God is bigger than any challenge we face. Let’s pray for wisdom and use discretion, but let’s also be strong and courageous in the task of bringing the Gospel to the least reached.

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