Since our founding in 1996, our pursuit is to help Christ-followers understand that God has gifted every believer to participate in the Great Commission.
Develop tools and training systems for the indigenous church.
Train and equip indigenous Christ-followers to care for the physical and spiritual needs of their people.
Equip others to do the same both domestically and abroad.
Mission Minded Podcast
On this weeks episode, we are joined by Mark Clyburn. Mark serves as the Global Missions Pastor at Warren Baptist Church in Augusta, GA.
Mission Minded Podcast: In Matthew 28:18-20, we are commissioned by Christ to make disciples of all the nations. Living in light of this scriptural call can be challenging. Join the Mission Minded podcast and participate in discussions with mission-minded individuals that come from diverse backgrounds, working all over the world, to bring some of the challenges into the light. The ITEC team hosts special guests who tell stories, ask questions, and inspire us to use our God-given gifts to take the Gospel to our neighbors and the nations.
Mission Minded Podcast is produced by ITEC. The goal of this podcast is to inspire conversations about Great Commission participation. The views, organizations, and individuals represented, interviewed, and discussed on the podcast do not necessarily represent an official position or formal partnerships with ITEC.
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