Terry Hoggard has spent more than 32 years in ministry, most of it in Europe. From his calling in 1986, hear how he got started and what he’s up to these days. Thankful for his faithfulness and persistent where some say “missions go to die.” You’ll be encouraged.
Rodney and Trina Kirkpatrick, friends of ours who are in missions in South Africa for a decade now, tell us about how they got going with the Lord and in “mission dreams”, going from short-termers to long-term on the ground in Zulu land. You’ll be encouraged.
Join us for a time with Scott that is sure to help you expand your worldview. An archaeologist (with a current dig in Israel!), minister of the gospel, and world traveler, Scott helps us consider things in new ways. Presuppositionalism – yep… find out what that is!
What can take a man from the cultural revolution of Haight Asbury in the 60’s to the European mission field?
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The Langenscheidt’s are a family with deep roots in Central Mexico. Their story spans generations and is punctuated with close calls they have faced in their life in Christ. Here about one such call with Chris that threatened his life. You’ll be encouraged.
Our second sit in with Ernie Peacock yielded some great stuff on leadership from a guy who has been on the foreign field for more than 30 years. Check out his unique perspective on cross cultural leadership and what he has learned (so far 🙂 )
Scott is joined by Ernie Peacock of Peacock Ministries (peacockministries.org) to discuss a new church plant, Ernie’s missions over the past 30 years, Mexico’s unreached, and Ernie’s efforts to assemble a team for the upcoming 2018 launch.
Samara, a long time friend…. five years after finishing the World Race. She is on the ground long term in Thailand, and we caught up with her for a sit down to see how it’s going, how her perspective is different, and the same! Click now to listen!