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MSL BOOKS

mrsamaritanThe parable of the Good Samaritan is more than just a nice Biblical Story. This book highlights aspects of missionary care which Christians ought to be engaged in to help fulfil the Great Commission. In an age of self-centredness and a “Me” focused generation, this book challenges Christians to lift up their eyes and see the needs in a lost world and provides an opportunity to respond actively.

mrssunamWhy was the story of the Shunamite Woman recorded in the Bible? Was it to showcase her affluence? Or was it to display her faith in receiving her son back from the dead? Is there something we can learn from the hidden ministry of the Shunamite Woman that has the potential and capacity to advance the Great Commission in our generation?
This book answers these probing questions for all who desire to be relevant in their time and find fulfilment in service to God and humanity particularly in the area of missions support.

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A lot of Christians have the impression that cross-cultural missions is an exclusive preserve of missionaries. Where did they get that from? Surely not the Bible. This book reveals the biblical pattern in discharging the mandate Jesus Christ gave the church, which is that disciples be made of every nation of the earth.
Every Christian who is not a front-line missionary must make his hands available as a supporter in the conquest for nations.
If you want to know how to make yourself relevant in God’s prime agenda for our age and time then you have the right book in your hands!
“We all are appointed to live just once. The wise who are aware of the brevity of life and the vanity of this earth will give deep consideration to its content and amends where need be. This is one book that sounds as God’s alarm to this closing generation of Christians. Its pages are revealing, thought provoking and challenges the reader to expend his or her life on things that pay bountiful dividends now and in the age to come”.
Gideon Para-Mallam, IFES Regional Secretary for English & Portuguese speaking West Africa.

womeninmissions Jesus commands that disciples be made of all nations. Every Christian must belong to one of the two units of the King’s fighting force. You are either on the frontline as a missionary or at home as a supporter.
If you are not a missionary you do not need to seek the will of God to be a supporter because you are automatically supposed to be one. Read this book and find how strategic a supporter is in advancing God’s programme on earth.
“The lives of the simple, ordinary women mentioned in this book stands as a testimony for all times that God accomplishes mighty things from the little that is yielded to Him. As a woman or even a man, you may not have the calling or opportunity to be a worldwide evangelist or the bishop of mega churches, but God’s question to Moses is as relevant now as it was then. “What is that in your hand?” My prayer is that you will discover what it is you have in your hand and that you will place it in the Master’s Hand as He seeks to use you as an instrument in supporting mission work”.
– Hon. Justice Clara B. Ogunbiyi JCA, Court of Appeal, Lagos.

hhbkA lot of Christians have the impression that cross-cultural missions are an exclusive preserve of Missionaries. Where did they get that from? Surely not from the Bible.
This book reveals the Biblical pattern provided in discharging the mandate Jesus Christ gave the Church which is that, disciples be made in every nation on earth. Every Christian who is not a frontline missionary must make himself available as a supporter in the quest to reach all nations.
If you want to know how to make yourself relevant in God’s prime agenda for our age and time then read this book.
“The Lord’s Name be glorified for this powerful tool He is releasing into the Body. I heartily recommend this book to all believers whatever the nature of their calling may be.”
– Bayo Famonure, Executive Secretary, Evangelism and Missions Commission, Association of Evangelicals in Africa (AEA)