I have a story. Do you?
If you know Jesus, than you do.
It may not seem like an exciting story, at least to you, but no matter how you came to Christ, you have a story to tell. And as I was reminded recently, it is your duty, your obligation, to share it.
Last weekend I had the privilege of spending time with some old and new friends; people devoted 100% to the Great Commission - to share the love of Jesus, using the gifts and talents they have been given, with everyone. Some of them use their ability to heal, through medicine, to be the hands of Christ. Others use their gifts of evangelism to boldly proclaim the message. Some use music. And some, like my friend Brian, use their love of technology to ensure that the story of God's grace is within "clicking" distance.
It is with that idea, that EthnoRadio was born. "The mission of Ethnoradio is simple: to give people of every nation the opportunity to hear stories of transformed lives in their own language. Utilizing the international recording capabilities of HCJB Global, we gather stories of life-change, and make them available via the simple interactive map you see above."
EthnoRadio is an exciting project that my husband and I have fallen in love with. It provides a wonderful opportunity for those who have never heard the Gospel, to hear the truth in their own language, through the unique and powerful stories of every-day people. And as this ministry expands, it will not only share those stories, but provide opportunity for discipleship as new stories are created.
I love to share my story... and you should too. "I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes." (Romans 1:16)