Mission Quotes

I’m collecting Mission Quotes and Verses.  Please add in some of your favorite missional statements.


“Missions isn’t only for those who CROSS THE SEA, but for all who SEE THE CROSS” — Guess who?

“God sent his Son into the world not to judge the world, but to save the world through him” — John 3:17

“The Lord did not tell us to build beautiful churches, but to evangelize the world” -– Oswald J. Smith

“God is a God of missions. He wills missions. He commands missions. He demands missions. He made missions possible through His Son. He made missions actual in sending the Holy Spirit.” – George W. Peters

“We must be global Christians with a global vision because our God is a global God.” – John Stott

“A God-centered theology has to be a missionary theology” –– John Piper

“Missions is the overflow of our delight in God because missions is the overflow of God’s delight in being God.” – John Piper

“The Bible is not the basis of missions; missions is the basis of the Bible” – Ralph Winter, U.S. Center for World Mission

“I will go down, if you hold the rope” William Carey

Please add some more…

More here: https://home.snu.edu/~hculbert/slogans.htm



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About Kevin Nguyen

I am a Vietnamese-Texan Who doesn’t love both Pho and BBQ? And this is where I shall start… Introductions to Kevin Nguyen. Let me go ahead and introduce myself as best I can. My “Called” Name (what you go by): Legal name: Anh-Khoa Nguyen. Nickname: Kevin. Personal family name: Khoa (qua) Nationality: Vietnamese-Texan Kevin was picked up when I was trying to order pizza from Pizza Hut while in Texas. The guy asked how to spell my name. I mean, how hard is it to spell “K – H – O – A”, right? Those are not hard letters to hear over the phone. After several attempts – I couldn’t take it anymore — “Dude, my name is Kevin”. Finally, I can have my pizza. READ MORE here... http://nextgenerasianchurch.com/2012/02/01/i-am-a-vietnamese-texan/

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