Category: Missions


In this TFM module, you will explore God’s heart and plan for the entire world. Beginning with Abraham in the Old Testament, God has been working out a plan in history to restore not just one chosen nation or even a specific group of people to Himself – but to restore people from every nation and every language! Do you have a place in this plan? How could God use you to impact people around the world?

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Welcome to our study of Colossians, a book that stresses the supremacy and sufficiency of Jesus Christ as our source of the knowledge of God, our access into the presence of God, and our restoration into the image of God. Throughout this rich book, we will also discover the essential call of the believer to impact his world in a day when empty philosophies and deceptions are prevalent.

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Fusion – World Mission

‘World mission’ is a very familiar phrase, perhaps so familiar it has lost some of its meaning or it has a very stereotyped meaning. These next four studies will allow us to take a fresh look at what world mission is and means to us personally and as a community. It’s time to lay down our mindsets and get out of our little boxes and allow God to enthuse us and re-envision us with his plans and purposes again.

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Fusion – Open Book

Jesus is always our primary example. He started his ministry by “Opening the Book” in the synagogue at Nazareth. While the synagogue was the worship center for his community, it was much more. It was the place for education, probably for local decision making and undoubtedly for debate and gossip. The Open Book ministry begins with churches but wants to move on to include education, politics, media and arts. If we want to reclaim the heart and mind of our nation from Secularism, the New Age and Feng Shui we need to “Open the Book” in these spheres of influence too.

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Fusion – Evangelism (Part 2)

This is our second set of notes on evangelism. We want to build on what we learned the first time around and explore some of the changes, challenges and practicalities that face us as Christians when we seek to reach out to our friends and affect our environment. We are going to do this initially by contrasting an old paradigm and a new paradigm. This is not so we can knock our past, but so we can realize that we are in changing times and that even though the Christian message remains the same, the emphasis and means of communication and methods may be different in a different time and a different age.

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