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Join Dawn and Steve in the Morning for a devotional from Blackaby Ministries International about purposing to follow the Lord without distraction.
But Daniel purposed in his heart that he would not defile himself with the portion of the king's delicacies. Daniel 1:8
Steve Richardson has been in the world of missions all of his life. Today, he talks with us about the importance of missions and his book Is the Commission Still Great?: 8 Myths about Missions and What They Mean for the Church.
Steve Richardson has served as president of Pioneers-USA since 1999. Pioneers mobilizes and supports 3,200 missionaries and marketplace professionals who impact 500 unreached people groups in 95 countries. Steve was raised in Indonesia, where his parents planted churches in a jungle tribe. He witnessed the impact of the gospel on their war-like society, a story documented in his father's missionary classic, Peace Child. Steve and his wife, Arlene, also spent eleven years planting churches among an unreached people group in Southeast Asia. The Richardsons now live in Orlando, FL, and have been blessed with four daughters and ten grandchildren.
Dr. Jeff Myers from Summit Ministries joins the conversation to discuss the importance of truth!
In the last 20 years, Dr. Jeff Myers has become one of America’s most respected authorities on youth leadership development, and the Summit Ministries Board of Directors is proud to unanimously endorse him as its 2nd president upon the retirement of Summit’s founder, Dr. David Noebel. As a communicator, Dr. Myers weaves together biblical insight, penetrating social commentary, fascinating research, and hilarious personal stories to motivate and challenge listeners. Dr. Myers’ many books and video courses include Secrets of Great Communicators, Secrets of the World-Changers, Secrets of Everyday Leaders, Grow Together, Cultivate, The Summit Worldview Library, The Secret Battle of the Ideas About God, and Unquestioned Answers. Jeff and his family live in Colorado.