Conversation. Discovery. Action.

A program for Christ-followers who want to participate more effectively in God’s work both at home and to the ends of the earth.

040: Well Sent – What is the Church’s Role in Sending Missionaries?

Nov 28, 2016

Steve Beirn shares with us how and why churches should be active participants in identifying and preparing potential missionaries in our congregations and gives us tips on how we can better support both our missionaries and their work overseas.

036: How Can the North American Church Engage in BAM?

Peter Shaukat gives us practical ideas and steps for how business people and churches in North America can engage in business-as-mission, through going, through short term trips and through coaching and encouraging. Listen to learn how you might mobilize the business owners in your church to further BAM initiatives around the world.

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Rob Magwood

Podcast Host

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.

Rob Magwood

Podcast Host

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.

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