Go Global


By Bishop David Roller, Linda Adams, and Gerald Coates

The call to be a global church is non-negotiable. Jesus didn’t give the disciples an option, he sent them. While not every North American Christian can go to the ends of the earth, everyone can be engaged in the global mission of Jesus. The challenge is in how to strategically engage in that mission. In this study, three missional leaders in the church challenge the reader to engage in the worldwide call of Jesus by sending pioneering missionaries, by partnering with the international Free Methodist Church, and by reaching across the cultural landscape within the United States. The goal—everyone engaged!






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