Are Missionaries the Only People Who Glorify God?

I just answered a form of this question in a just-released interview with Matt Damico of Southern Seminary. We discussed my new book Risky Gospel: Abandon Fear and Build Something Awesome and zeroed in on how every Christian can live a life of “gospel risk.” In short, whether you’re overseas sharing the gospel or at home changing diapers, you can live a full-throttle life for the glory of God.

Here’s how:

Christians can live fearlessly whether they’re staring down terrorists who want to kill them, or whether they are staring down bills that are looming over their head. Christians can fundamentally view life in gospel-driven terms and see Jesus as the point of all things, and that understanding can infuse all of their daily labor with purpose, and meaning and value.

Read the whole interview I did on Risky Gospel.

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