“May the Lamb that was slain receive the reward of His suffering!” — Moravian Missionaries

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The whole Middle East needs to hear this message.

The Middle East Needs to Hear!

By Crescent Advance

The whole Middle East needs to hear this message!” With the power of a speeding locomotive, the emphatic statement – highlighted by the animated gestures so common in Middle Easterners – hit me hard and stopped me dead in my tracks. Of course, I would have said I believed my…

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Our Convenience

Our Convenience

By Crescent Advance

Given by: William R. Hotchkiss (Published in 1910) “Would God we could lose sight for a time of missionary organizations and every human agency, and could get one clear vision of Jesus Christ; then the whole problem of missionary finance and missionary workers would be settled. “I do not ask you…

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God’s Call to His Church

By Crescent Advance

Given by: H. H. Jessup, D.D. (Published in 1910)“It must have been a surprise to the Church of Antioch when they were told to separate Barnabas and Saul for a foreign mission. They had five prophets and teachers in that city of 250,000 inhabitants. All Syria and Palestine, with hundreds of…

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The Call of the Moravians

By Crescent Advance

Given by: Missionary Paris Reidhead (May 30, 1919 – March 23, 1992) Two young Moravians heard of an island in the West Indies where an atheist British owner had two thousand to three thousand slaves. The owner had said, “No preacher, no clergyman will ever stay on this island. If he…

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God is Always Previous

God is Always Previous

By Crescent Advance

While we were students in college, a Bible teacher by the name of Dr. Frank Sells would come and give week-long lectures on certain portions or books of the Bible. Often, he made the statement, “God is always previous.” As young men, we did not fully understand the power of…

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The Road Less Traveled

The Road Less Traveled

By Crescent Advance

…is to obey despite the daunting challenges and seemingly impossible odds; to go where others have no desire to go; to reach where others are not reaching; to engage those who are not being engaged; to follow the voice of the Shepherd despite the voices pleading for reason and good…

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