In order to be an effective missionary, or “disciple maker,” and do missions effectively, we must take on the posture of a learner. The basic meaning of the word “disciple” is “learner.” First and foremost, as disciples of Jesus Christ, we learn from Him. As disciple makers, our primary model for demonstrating and declaring the gospel is the incarnation of Christ. Our goal is to be imitators of His humility, servanthood, and redemptive love.
The resources and ideas below will help equip you to be on mission with God and develop a missional lifestyle. The bold, underlined titles, are links to these resources.Take a discipleship course like Perspectives on the World Christian Movement. Click on the “Classes” link to find a class near you and register. Watch the Perspectives Overview video. Or, What is Perspectives all about? Read a missionary biography. Check out books about missions, countries, or people groups. You can access our church library catalogue online by clicking here.Use the Internet to explore different areas of the world, research cultures and unreached peoples, learn about mission opportunities.Lead your B Group through studies like God's Heart for the Nations, Called and Accountable: Discovering Your Place in God's Eternal Purpose, Operation WorldView: Mission Training for Small Groups and Missions Teams, or Missions Dilemma: Is There a Better Way to Do Missions?. Click on each title to check out these studies.Invite missionaries on stateside assignment to speak to your B Group. To request contact information on furloughing missionaries, email email@example.com. Be a part of Broadmoor Baptist Church’s Woman’s Missionary Union.Download Joshua Project Mobile Apps or other mission apps.