OMX mission studies are topic-based studies that can be dropped into any existing ministry to adults or students. Each study is accompanied by a six-minute video segment from the Emmy-award winning On Mission Xtra television show.You’ll meet missionaries and on mission Christians who are telling people throughout North America about the saving grace of Jesus Christ. The studies are designed to take the discussion about each of these topics even further and allow your group to explore ways that they can take part in God’s mission to change the world.
Too often in life we allow fear to speak louder in our heads than the call God is placing in our hearts. The life of international missionary Eric Reece should challenge Christians to live as he does—being afraid not to do what God calls us to do.
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We are surrounded by people who work in high-risk service careers (e.g., military, police, firemen, and others) in our community. In this study, participants will explore ways to serve and encourage those in public service roles.
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From malnourished children in the deserts of Africa to families impacted by the economic downturn in America, people of all ages experience the pains of physical hunger each day. Explore ways you can help fill stomachs and ultimately feed souls with the Bread of Life.
One of the things Alaska is known for is the many hours of darkness they experience. While the darkness intensifies the physical cold, the spiritual darkness among the people of Alaska calls for missionaries, churches, and the support of Christians to share the light of Jesus with those who do not know Him.
Sometimes God calls Christians to go beyond their borders to share the gospel but He also calls Christians to look around them and see those He has brought to them in need of hearing the gospel. In this study, participants will identify needs within their town/community where church plants can take the gospel directly to those who are lost.
Every spring First Baptist Church in Damascus, Virginia, sets out the welcome mat for hundreds of Appalachian Trail hikers and shows them the love of Christ. Participants will learn to encounter people different from themselves and meet their needs to open the door for sharing Christ.
With a little creativity and a large dose of sensitivity, you can reach around the world just by going next door. America is a mix of cultures and traditions, and the line between religious tolerance and acceptance has blurred over the years. In this study you’ll learn to identify people groups within your community and determine ways to draw them to Christ.
Christians are called to be like Jesus and for people who don’t know what church is like, we must to take it to them so they can experience it and encounter the love of God. In this study participants will identify people groups or subcultures within their community who need to plug into a church.
Many times God allows us to use a common experience to comfort and share with someone who needs to hear the gospel. Participants will identify what in their lives creates a connection to someone who is lost.
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