Paul Watson joins us to talk about his book Contagious Disciple Making and helps us understand how our approaches to evangelism can be raising barriers and how we can adapt to become more effective in making disciples as we seek to engage in the Great Commission.
Anna Hampton shares with us myths that the North American church believes about risk and helps us to better understand a Biblical view of risk and what God calls us to for the sake of the Gospel.
National Coordinator for Perspectives Canada, Wayne Matthews gives us an overview of the Perspectives course, how it is making an impact on the Canadian church and explains why you should consider signing up for a course near you!
Larry Sharp explains business as missions (BAM), how it can be used to impact the world for God’s glory and what qualifications are needed to be involved in business as mission. if you have been curious about BAM, tune into this episode to find out how you can get involved.
Brian Fikkert, co-author of bestselling book, When Helping Hurts: How to Alleviate Poverty without Hurting the Poor and Yourself, discusses with us how the church should define poverty and how it can address poverty in ways that bring dignity and help people understand that they are God’s image bearers.
Dr. Rick Reed, President of Heritage College and Seminary, talks to us about God’s will, how we can discern His directing for our lives, and how we can walk along others helping them to determine where God is calling them.
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Rob, also known to his friends as “Mags”, was raised near Edmonton, AB. He met Kathleen Hayes during his studies at Briercrest Bible College, and they were married in 1992. God has blessed the Magwoods with three fantastic kids.
Mags and Kathleen first served together on a short-term mission team to the Philippines. In 1996 they moved to Ukraine and Russia to participate in church planting, theological education, and agency administration. Mags has served as Canadian Director of SEND International since 2004.