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Conversations with J.D. Payne: What Will the U.S. Church Look Like in 20 Years?

Missiologist and pastor J.D. Payne finishes up a seven part series focused on missions strategy, and how our missions approach has changed over the years and will continue to change in years to come. In light of demographic shifts in the U.S., Payne offers his insights into what the church might look like in 20 years.

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Conversations with J.D. Payne: What Are Practical Ways We Can Reach the Stranger?

Missiologist and pastor J.D. Payne continues a seven part series focused on missions strategy, and how our missions approach has changed over the years and will continue to change in years to come. Here he discusses how we should develop great commission eyes, learn from our mistakes, and be sensitive to different cultures while not compromising the gospel.

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Conversations with J.D. Payne: Why Should We Welcome the Stranger?

Missiologist and pastor J.D. Payne continues a seven part series focused on missions strategy, and how our missions approach has changed over the years and will continue to change in years to come. In this video Payne presents a biblical case for why we should welcome the stranger next door. He also shows how reaching them here in the US is strategic for reaching that same people group worldwide.

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Conversations with J.D. Payne: What Are 3 Ways Churches Can Blur the Lines between Global & Local Missions?

Missiologist and pastor J.D. Payne continues a seven part series focused on missions strategy, and how our missions approach has changed over the years and will continue to change in years to come. In this video Payne helps US churches think of three things to blur the lines between Global and Local Missions by: seeing the vision, being intentional, and establishing a biblical missiology

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Conversations with J.D. Payne: Why Should the American Church Return to Apostolic Ministry?

Missiologist and pastor J.D. Payne continues a seven part series focused on missions strategy, and how our missions approach has changed over the years and will continue to change in years to come. In this video he discusses that because the US has the third highest number of unreached people groups in the world, the church needs to return to apostolic ministry in order to effectively reach these people with the Gospel.

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