The Bible is Missions
“The Lord said to Abraham, ‘Leave your country, your people and your father’s household and go to the land I will show you.” Gen. 12:1
Thus began God’s original call to His people, some 4000 years ago, to go forth and spread His word to all peoples. Abram would leave the settled world and begin a pilgrimage with God. God’s redemptive mission is the central theme of the Bible. Not only does God’s loving purpose radiate from every book, but the Bible is also God’s manual on how to accomplish that purpose. He has continued to bless Dayspring by unveiling the mysteries of His Word to us, creating an intense desire on the Missions Committee and others to accept His mandate for world evangelization. From New Braunfels to Punjab, Macon to Moscow, God’s disciples are reaching out to the unsaved in all parts of the world. Dayspring is honored to help support their work.
Each year Dayspring emphasizes the mission program by providing a weekend to meet with a number of missionaries we support and hear about the work being done on the mission fields.
Reaching out to the churches and the unsaved outside of the United States border, with the Gospel, food, clothing, children's ministry, medical care and construction crews. We desire to assist the local missionary in his ministry.
Dayspring desires to be a “sending church” by emphasizing and sending out our own to the mission field. As we continue to emphasize and encourage others to “Go forth,” this segment of our commitment will continue to grow.
Every congregation is a missions strategy center...
"A church is a living organism. It is a living body with Christ present as the Head. Each part of that body is related to Christ and to each other. Anytime God has access to His people, He can touch a world through that congregation. Every church is a world mission’s strategy center. God can touch a world through you. You just need to adjust your life to God’s activity where you are."
—Henry T. Blackaby
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