Sermons on Missionary Work

Sermons on Missionary Work

Report on Gospel Work in Brazil (42 min)

Billy Watterson gives a report of gospel work in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. The Watterson family is based in the town of Pirassununga, from where they have been preaching the gospel and seeing assemblies planted in the neighbouring towns and villages over many years. They are also involved, with others, in translating commentaries and other Christian books from English to Portuguese (Report given 28th January 2017)

The Consecration of the Servant (39 min)

Jonathan Black preaches from Numbers 6 on the need for consecration in the life of the Christian. A servant of God must have a consecrated heart, home, head, hands and hours. A challenging message urging total consecration to God in service for His glory. Lessons from the Nazarite about self-control, content and connections are powerfully applied (Message preached 21st Feb 2015)

Report on London (46 min)

Jonathan Black reports on gospel work in London. He points out a missing generation in our nation’s capital (counting the cost), highlights a current generation (continuing steadfastly) and speaks directly to a rising generation (challenged to serve). The doors of opportunity in London are open, but who will go through them? (Report given 20th Feb 2016)

Report on Nicaragua (52 min)

Kyle Wilson reports on the Lord’s work in Nicaragua. He gives a history of the assemblies in that part of Central America and outlines recent labours in preaching the gospel in Tents and rented buildings. Souls have been saved and baptised, and assemblies have been planted. An encouraging account of the power of the gospel to change lives (Report given 20th Feb 2016)

Call to Preach the Gospel – Kyle Wilson (30 min)

Kyle Wilson relates the story of his conversion to Christ in Vancouver, aged 17, and how he was subsequently called by the Lord to preach the gospel full time and to go to Nicaragua in Central America. This message highlights the pivotal role that can be played in the life of young people by elders and older evangelists who have an interest in a rising generation (Message preached 19th Feb 2016)

Call to Preach the Gospel – Jonathan Black (38 min)

Jonathan Black relates the story of his call to serve the Lord full time. Raised in Northern Ireland, converted at the age of 19, Jonathan was called to preach the gospel and currently works in the city of London reaching out to the vast numbers in that multi-cultural city. The challenge of going to a different culture and environment with the gospel is pointedly brought out in this interesting message (Message preached 19th Feb 2016)

The Character of the Servant (52 min)

Kyle Wilson preaches on the character of the servant of God from the book of Ruth. He draws pertinent and powerful lessons from each chapter and challenges servants of God to be self-sacrificing (Ch 1), steadfast (Ch 2), submissive (Ch 3) and finally to be satisfied with God’s blessing (Ch 4). A stirring message, directing us to serve God in a spiritual and Biblical way (Message preached 18th Feb 2016)

Report on Gospel Work in Brazil (60 min)

Tom Matthews, a veteran missionary from Lurgan, Northern Ireland, who with his wife Dorothy has served the Lord in Brazil for a number of decades, gives a report of his call to the work there and speaks of how the assembly in Novo Hamburgo was formed through labours in the gospel. He recounts a number of interesting cases of conversion (Report given 21st August 2014)

Report on Wembley, London (45 min)

Nitish Patel gives an encouraging report of the Lord’s work in Wembley, London, where he is involved in an outreach to the large Asian population there and where a few souls have been saved and delivered from darkness, in the midst of discouragements and opposition (Report given 24th Apr 2014)

Report on Nepal and North East India (59 min)

Mr R. Raghu recounts his call to serve the Lord and reports on the progress of the gospel in the Indian states of West Bengal and Sikkim, as well as in eastern Nepal. A number of assemblies have been planted in these areas as Hindus and Buddhists and Roman Catholics have turned from idols to serve the living and true God (Report given April 25th 2013)

Angola Report (53 min)

Brian Howden gives a report of the Lord’s work in Angola. He outlines the spiritual needs of the country and the particular need presented by over 1,300 assemblies, many of them quite young, in a country plagued by witchcraft and other major problems. Much to encourage – much to pray for (Report given Thursday 20th Feb 2013)
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