New Twitter and Facebook page

Not sure what to do with them yet or for what purpose to use them, but in order to reserve them for future use, GPMG now has a Twitter account and a Facebook page.

It’s amazing to consider that, with the millions of users (Facebook has a more than a billion), that “gospelprogress” was available in both services.

So follow the Twitter and like the FB page, and who knows what will come of it.

New Mission Opportunity

Lance and Kristen Mosher are preparing to join the newly established work in Poriua, New Zealand, and they need financial support. You are invited to visit their website to learn more about them and their plans: http://themoshersinnewzealand.yolasite.com/  Lance has developed good teaching materials that can be viewed at http://www.topicalbiblestudies.com/  He is currently serving as an evangelist for the Lord’s church in Finger, TN, and in the past six months alone he has baptized eight souls into Christ. The Moshers will be working under the oversight of the elders of the Chalmette, LA church of Christ. Contact details are as follows: 45 Church Street, Finger, TN 38334. Phone: 731-215-7191. E-mail: themoshersinnewzealand@gmail.com Thank you for your prayerful consideration.

Missions on the web

Bruce Terry of Ohio Valley University maintains on the university website the page, “World Missions Home Page.” It has a good selection of material, and with all things, one must exercise judgment in the offerings listed there, since both evangelical and progressives are included. Puzzling why Catholic links and works are missing.

Among some of the best offerings are the online journals and books, including Journal of Applied Missiology, Mission Strategy Bulletin, and George Gurganus’s Guidelines to World Evangelism.