Jesus gave the Great Commission to His disciples at the end of the Gospel of Matthew. In chapter 28 verses 18-20 He commanded them to “Go, therefore and make disciples of all the nations…” But that command was not just for them, it is for each subsequent generation of His disciples as well. As disciples of Jesus Christ each of us has been given the weighty responsibility and privilege of fulfilling this commission in all the nations of the world. But knowing this brings up a natural question, how? The answer is simple. One can fulfill the Great Commission by either being a goer or a sender. A goer is the one who simply goes having received the call to do so. A sender, on the other hand, is one who gets behind those who go by making it possible for them to do so through practical means. In this way, the great commission is fulfilled as we each do our part. So if you are not a goer then we encourage you to become a sender and partner with those who have been sent. Your part in missions is just as important as those who physically go and without you, it is not possible for them to do so. When you act as a sender all that is accomplished through the life and ministry of the missionary is added to your account as if you’d gone yourself. “…But as his part is who goes down to the battle, so shall his part be who stays by the supplies; they shall share alike.” 1 Samuel 30:24 If you’d like to learn about being part of our specific work please consider the links below.