Practice Makes Perfect


Today was the day that I (and many others) have been praying for. The opportunity to cast great vision and train on simple tools to help accomplish the vision. As only God could do, He worked out His perfect plan. 

I had hoped to see a few people that had been trained in a number of tools already and were actively using them. Instead we saw a mix of trained and untrained alike. Although not what we planned, this allowed us to go back to the basics and re-train some of the first level tools before moving to the next level. It even answered some questions/stumbling blocks for those who had already been trained. 


We were able to train sessions on discipleship meetings, remaining in Christ, discipling new believers through the commands of Christ, and (one of my favorites) God’s mission from Genesis to Revelation. What a joy it was to be a part of this training with so much potential to impact the nations and eternity. 

Did you know the first command that God gave people (Genesis chapter 1) was to multiply throughout the whole earth? You maybe have thought that was only physical because we do a really good job at that one. But God created people in His image physically and spiritually. From the very beginning this has been God’s mission and it’s the same mission today. If you are wondering how it turns out, take a stroll through Revelation and you’ll see that God will accomplish His mission. So are you going to be a part of it or not?

Published by ryan.mcfarland

I am currently a missionary and the Communications Director at New Life Global Ministries. I love what I do and the people around me. Life is about following Jesus and loving people. I want to leave the world a different place than what I found it.

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