Henry Tyler: Getting your marching orders. Missional preaching from the 1980s

Henry Tyler: Getting your marching orders. Missional preaching from the 1980s January 22, 2014

This is the real cream of the crop of this discipleship series. No one is a disciple until they are also engaged in the mission of making disciples. Missional is a buzz word today, but here is an example from the 1980s of a talk designed to help us get caught up with God’s purposes. Brilliantly pastoral, Henry explores the reasons why so many Christians struggle with evangelism. You won’t feel condemned listening to this talk, but you will be inspired to a life of reaching out and showing love to people you meet. I strongly encourage you to listen to this one, even if you haven’t had a chance to listen to the rest.

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