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Follow-up: A System of Soul Discipleship – By Sis Jane Edema

“Following up on converts involves providing ongoing support, guidance, and resources to help them navigate their spiritual journey and deepen their commitment to their beliefs.

Now, let’s consider seven key advantages an organized follow-up system brings to bear for a new convert in particular and the body of Christ in general.

Nurturing Spiritual Growth: Follow-up allows mentors or spiritual guides to support and nurture the spiritual growth of converts. It ensures that they receive ongoing guidance, education, and resources to deepen their understanding of their newfound faith. This consistent support fosters a strong foundation and facilitates their progress on the spiritual path.

Integration and Adaptation: Conversion involves a significant transition in beliefs and practices. Follow-up helps converts integrate their newfound faith into their daily lives, adapting to new rituals, ethical principles, and ways of living in alignment with their spiritual values. The guidance and support provided during follow-up ensure a smooth and successful integration process.

Addressing Questions and Concerns: Converts often have questions, doubts, or concerns as they navigate their new spiritual path. Follow-up provides a platform for mentors or spiritual guides to address these inquiries and provide clarifications. By addressing doubts and concerns, converts can deepen their understanding, strengthen their faith, and overcome obstacles that may hinder their spiritual growth……”
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Team Watchmen Eye-Witness Interview (Episode 3): Featuring Sis. Charisa Makanto

“Q1: Kindly tell us your full name.
A1: Charisa Makanto.

Q2: What is your birth country, and are you currently residing in that same country?
A2: Nigeria. Yes, I do reside here.

Q3: How did you hear about WPMI, and what motivated you to join Team Watchmen?
A3: I found out about WPMI through their Instagram page. I desired to partner with the ministry because I needed the field experience, and my goals and vision aligned with that of WPMI.

Q4: Were you always passionate about missions? How did your love for missions come to be?
A4: I was never really very passionate about missions. The desire and passion were birthed when I had an encounter with God, and I received clear instructions to go into it. The passion has grown over time and is still growing.

Q5: How many mission trips have you gone on?
A5: I have gone to at least a hundred villages in about 18 countries….”

Partnership in Missions: Giving – By Sis Oluwaseun Ogundare

“It has been established in previous articles under this series that missions play a vital role in spreading the message of Jesus Christ to the ends of the earth, and that the call extends to every believer. This article explores ‘giving’ as a way of partnering with missions.

Giving simply means the free transfer of possession or value to someone else, and partnering with missions through giving simply means ‘giving to missions.’

It is true that God will always provide. Definitely, God’s work will never lack supply; however, God uses men. He has called us to partner with him. The Scripture sets a precedence for this. Examples in the Old Testament include Abraham hosting angels, Israelites bringing their substance for God’s work (Building of the tabernacle), Rahab hosting the spies, the widow of Zarephath feeding Elijah, and the list goes on and on. Women like Joanna, wife of Chuza, Susanna, and Mary Magdalene ministered of their substance to Jesus (Luke 8:3). The Philippians church also supported Paul with his mission work. The book of Romans chapter 16 also gives an account of Paul’s personal greetings to people, some of whom he described as his ‘helpers in Christ.’
What can I give?
One may ask, what can I give?…”
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Partnership in Missions: The Power of Intercession – By Adebusola Owokole

“Missions play a vital role in spreading the love and message of Jesus Christ to the ends of the earth. The call to missions extends to every believer, as we are commissioned to make disciples of all nations. However, the task of global evangelism and the challenges faced in various mission fields can be overwhelming. In the midst of these challenges, intercession emerges as a powerful tool for partnership in missions. This blog post explores the significance of intercession in missions and how it can transform the lives of both intercessors and those on the mission field.

The Nature of Intercession:
Intercession is not simply praying for others; it is a…”
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Impacting Missions: Unleashing the Gift of Tongues and Interpretation – By Sis Jane Edema

“Drawing inspiration from the Book of Acts 2:5-11, we uncover the profound impact the gift of tongues and its interpretation can have on missions. These extraordinary spiritual manifestations witnessed on the day of Pentecost, continue to shape and transform the landscape of missions today.

Let’s explore three(3) ways in which the gift of tongues and interpretation, as exemplified in Acts 2:5-11, can ignite remarkable breakthroughs in missions.

Are you ready? Okay, let’s dive right in.

▫️Supernatural Communication Across Language Barriers:

As witnessed on the day of Pentecost, the gift of tongues empowered the disciples to speak in diverse languages, bridging the vast linguistic divide among those gathered.

Similarly, in missions, the gift of tongues equips missionaries with the ability to communicate supernaturally in unknown languages. This extraordinary gift breaks down language barriers, allowing the Gospel to be shared with individuals from every nation, tribe, and tongue.

The accompanying gift of interpretation ensures that the message resonates deeply, facilitating understanding and receptivity among diverse cultural groups.

▫️Authentic Cultural Engagement and Connection:

Acts 2:5-11 reveals how each person heard the disciples speaking in their native language. This remarkable phenomenon highlights the gift of tongues as a powerful tool for authentic cultural engagement.

When missionaries speak in the native tongues of the people they serve, it demonstrates genuine respect for their culture and fosters a deep sense of connection. This approach opens doors for meaningful relationships and establishes trust, creating fertile ground for the seeds of the Gospel to take root.

The gift of interpretation enables…..”
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Team Watchmen Eye-Witness Interview (Episode 2): Featuring Bro. Daniel Okike

“I am a watchman upon the gates.
I stand watch and do not hold my peace until His Kingdom is established upon the earth.
I am always on guard; I do not relent or retreat.
I travail until nations are delivered!

I do not fret about news or trends, but I take my position on the wall.
With prayers, supplications, and thanksgiving, I make my requests known unto…”
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Confessions of a Missionary (Part 5): Intercession – By Sis Oluwaseun Ogundare

“I am a watchman upon the gates.
I stand watch and do not hold my peace until His Kingdom is established upon the earth.
I am always on guard; I do not relent or retreat.
I travail until nations are delivered!

I do not fret about news or trends, but I take my position on the wall.
With prayers, supplications, and thanksgiving, I make my requests known unto…”
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“Partnership in Missions: An Introduction – By Adebusola Owokole

“In the realm of missions, the power of partnership is undeniable. As followers of Christ, we are called to join hands and hearts in spreading the Good News to the ends of the earth. Partnership in missions allows us to combine our resources, gifts, and prayers to have a greater impact on reaching the unreached and transforming lives. In this blog post series, we will explore the significance of partnership in missions, beginning with an introduction to its importance and biblical foundation…”
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“For me to live is Christ”: A Reminder and a Call to Action – By Sis Oluwaseun Ogundare

“Today’s topic is derived from Philippians 1:21: “For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.” It brings to mind another verse from Galatians 2:20:

“I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me.”

Reflecting on these verses, I realized that the statement “For me to live is Christ” serves as both a reminder and a call to action.

On one hand, it reminds us of the profound significance of the cross and the beautiful exchange that took place there. Our past, sins, shame, and guilt were nailed to the cross, and in return, we received a new life in Christ. It reminds us of the limitless possibilities and realities found in Jesus. It reminds us of our identity in Him and..”
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Walking in the Spirit: Nurturing a Divine Connection – By Sis Jane Edema

“In a world filled with distractions and endless demands for our attention, it can be challenging to maintain a sense of spiritual connectedness. However, the Bible offers us profound guidance on how to cultivate a deeper relationship with God through “walking in the Spirit.”

This powerful concept encourages us to align our thoughts, actions and desires with God’s will, enabling us to experience a more fulfilling and purposeful life.

In the next couple of paragraphs, we will explore the significance of walking in the Spirit and examine relevant Bible verses that shed light on this transformative journey.

▫️Galatians 5:16-25 – The Fruits of the Spirit:

One of the most well-known passages about walking in the Spirit can be found in…..”
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