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February 28, 2008

The Point Radio: Worldwide Religious Explosion

You may have heard that with the rise of modern science, religion is dwindling around the world. Or is it?...

Click play above to listen.

For missionary groups you can support, check out your own denomination's missionary efforts, or take a look at this partial listing of interdenominational groups:

Africa Inland Mission: A world-wide team with a heart to reach Africa.

Gospel for Asia: Trains and sends native missionaries because they have proven extremely effective.

Latin American Mission: Works directly with hundreds of churches and Christian agencies throughout Latin America by assigning qualified personnel to work with them in carrying out their ministry in the region, and to participate with them, at their invitation, in evangelism and discipleship.

New Tribes Missions: NTM's missionaries are reaching people who've never had a single opportunity to hear the Good News.

OMS International: By God's grace, OMS International exists to establish responsible, reproducing Christ-centered churches among the nations.

Pioneers: Mobilizes teams to glorify God among unreached peoples by initiating church-planting movements in partnership with local churches.

Wycliffe Bible Translators: Serving Global Missions through Bible translation and literacy in the native language of people everywhere.

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Bob Creson

Thanks, Mark, this mention of Wycliffe, our work, and the value of it is greatly appreciated. We are focusing now on a campaign to generate the resources to start the last Bible translation need in the near future...there are 2,200 translation needs left and they can be started, Lord willing, by the year 2025.

Bob Creson
Wycliffe USA

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