LFTF: Episode 28

Published 6th February 2018 - Esther Giesbrecht | Series: Lessons From the Field

When a missionary leaves the field, does the work of passing on the Gospel stop? This has been the case in some places. There are many reasons for this; persecution, a poor understanding of the Gospel and unsustainable methods of ministry are just a few examples. Esther Giesbrecht has been serving in Northern Canada for over 30 years. We asked her the question:

“What are some of the most important things to pass on to the local people in terms of them being equipped to reach out after you leave?”

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LFTF: Episode 28

What are some of the most important things to pass on to the local people in terms of them being equipped to reach out after you leave?

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