Tag Archives: Majority World

Wrestling with God Interview

Below is an interview Patrick did with Scott Blair from Grapplers Church.  He discusses church planting, missions, discipleship, and much more.  I hope you find it helpful as you seek to serve King Jesus. To learn more check out Living … Continue reading

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Missional Church Planting Among the Global Poor

Below is an informational video where Patrick and I share our vision for Living Bread Ministries.  Please take a few minutes to watch and if you like what you hear please consider sharing it with anyone who might want to … Continue reading

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Interview with Living Bread’s Founder & President

Amazing interview with Patrick Hubbard, founder and president of Living Bread Ministries.  In this interview he describes not only the mission of LBM, but our biblical mandate to care for one another.  It is through a holistic church planting strategy … Continue reading

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Majority World Missions – Part Two

The New Role of the Western Church Samuel Escobar, in his book The New Global Mission: The Gospel From Everywhere To Everyone, says that “Christian mission in the 21st century has become the responsibility of a global church.” [1] The … Continue reading

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Majority World Missions – Part One

Through history, shifts in Christianity have been recorded.  In the first millennium, Christianity was centered in the eastern part of the Roman Empire.  In the second, it changed to the western part and during the 1900’s – 2000’s Christianity shifted … Continue reading

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