Missions Bundle

1x Planted by the Providence of God

1x Missions by the Book

1x A Heart For Missions

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Christ gave a Great Commission to his Universal Church; it was a commission to plant churches in every corner of the globe. This bundle seeks to encourage its reader in that commission that we all might be involved in the work of sending missionaries to preach the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ.

Planted by the Providence of God x1

“This book is both a missionary autobiography and a manual for biblical church planting. I heartily commend it to all who are committed to seeing the churches of the Lord Jesus established and built up in readiness for his return in glory.”

Oliver Allmand-Smith, from the ‘Foreword’ 

Missions by the Book: How Theology and Missions Walk Together x1

“Some books lay out the foundational biblical teachings that must guide our missionary labors. Some books bring the sharp edge of God’s Word to contemporary controversies in missions. Remarkably, this book does both!”

Joel R. Beeke, Ph.D., President of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

A Heart For Missions: The Classic Memoir of Samuel Pearce

“The beloved friend of Andrew Fuller and William Carey, Samuel Pearce (1766-1799), personified the living relation between doctrinal purity and passion for God’s glory in evangelism. Pearce participated with boundless energy and sacrifice in the Missionary society work and served as editor of the Periodical Accounts. Not only did he promote the mission cause in England with all his might, he urged William Rogers of the Philadelphia Association to begin a Baptist foreign mission society in America that would involve the energies of the entire denomination. Cathcart’s Encyclopedia calls him ‘one of the warmest advocates of foreign missions that dwelt on earth since the Son of Mary came from his heavenly home on a foreign mission to this lost world.’ He has been compared to Robert Murray McCheyne and David Brainerd for combination of fervent piety and zeal.”

Tom Nettles, Ph.D, Professor at Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary

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