AgeTurners

AgeTurners

  • Great Resolutions #33 – Serving with Companions
  • Basic Lessons #22 – Be Inoculated Against the Enemy’s Stratagems
  • Flee and Pursue #70 – The Five Statuses of Believers (2)
  • Great Resolutions #33 – Serving with Companions
  • Basic Lessons #22 – Be Inoculated Against the Enemy’s Stratagems
  • Flee and Pursue #70 – The Five Statuses of Believers (2)

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Great Resolutions #33 – Serving with Companions

Hudson Taylor is generally credited with opening the interior of China to the gospel, but he did not do it alone. He needed others to serve with. In this podcast we take a look at some of the companions who the Lord provided during his years of labor, including the most important–his wife, Maria Dryer. […]

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Basic Lessons #22 – Be Inoculated Against the Enemy’s Stratagems

Persecution is the background of the New Testament. 2 Timothy 3:12 tells us that all who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted. It’s not a question of if we will encounter opposition in our Christian life but when we will encounter it. In this podcast we take a look […]

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Living for the Will of God

“You are worthy, our Lord and God, to receive the glory and the honor and the power, for You have created all things, and because of Your will they were, and were created.” – Revelation 4:11 Our life is governed by certain fundamental decisions that we make in the course of our human life. One […]

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Flee and Pursue #70 – Five Statuses of the Believers (2)

We are priests of the gospel of God and members of the Body of Christ. These may sound like very high and impractical statuses, but in this podcast we show just how practical these statuses can be in our experience. Do we know how to bear the names of our friends to God? Do we […]

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Great Resolutions #32 – Taking the Gospel to the Interior of China

  Taking the gospel into the interior of China in the 19th Century was a real challenge. Almost all missionary work in the mid 1800′s was consigned to the coasts of China, where there was easy access to ports and protection offered from troops stationed in those cities. The interior of China held many unknowns […]

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