Tag Archives: Church Planting

Rob & Tündi Futo in Hungary

While attending Mizzou, Robert Futo came to know Christ alongside Shay Roush and Keith Simon through Campus Crusade. Now, Rob and his wife, Tündi, lead Cornerstone, a church plant in Budapest, Hungary. As pastor for Cornerstone, Rob is involved in the two year training program with City to City, the church-planting ministry of Tim Keller’s

Where There is No Bible

DSC01202The Crossing supports Bible translation and gospel storytelling. There are millions of unreached people who have no written form of their language or dialect and no scriptures available to them. Even when written scripture becomes available in a new language many people may remain illiterate or prefer to learn in their spoken language or dialect (mother tongue.) The Joshua Project is an organization seeking to highlight the ethnic groups of the world with the least followers of evangelical Christianity. The Joshua Project provides invaluable prayer and educational resources for those interested in taking the gospel to unreached people groups.

Whether you participate in a short-term missions trip or know missionaries who work in remote areas, you might especially be interested in the resources provided by Global Recordings Network and Wycliffe Global Alliance.

These videos tell how Global Recordings Network takes the gospel to those who have no Bible:

Veritas Project Japan: Summer 2016 Team

 

Project Japan 2016 Team

Project Japan 2016 Team

For the past five years, The Crossing’s college ministry, Veritas, has partnered with Mission To the World’s church planting team in Nagoya, Japan. Each summer, Project Japan takes a group of Veritas college interns to Nagoya to help run the college ministry at Nisshin Christ Church (NCC) for the months of June and July. Here’s a video overview from Project Japan 2015.

This guest post about Project Japan 2016 is contributed by Alex Gray, a Veritas staff member, former NCC full-year mission intern, and leader for Project Japan 2016. Please consider financially supporting Project Japan 2016 (Place donation amount under Project Japan.)

 

Project Japan 2016: June 1st-July 27th

Mission Spotlight: Japan

japan-flagFor the past five years, The Crossing’s college ministry, Veritas, has partnered with Mission To the World’s church planting team in Nagoya, Japan. Each summer, Project Japan takes a group of Veritas college interns to Nagoya to help run the college ministry at Nisshin Christ Church (NCC) for the months of June and July. Here’s a video overview of Project Japan 2015.

The following overview of Japan and it’s culture is contributed by Alex Gray, a Veritas staff member, former NCC full-year mission intern, and leader for Project Japan 2016. Alex’s guest post next week will tell all about Project Japan 2016, including the team’s plans, challenges and prayer requests. Please consider financially supporting Project Japan 2016 (Place donation amount under Project Japan.)

Japan Overview: