Mick Duncan shares his remarkable personal testimony about how he came to know and follow Jesus. It was originally recorded by Cornerstone Community in 2012, and is spoken with honesty and grace. Mick invites us to practice and retell our own stories, in order to point people towards God’s story.
Ying Kai is the founder of T4T (Training for Trainers), which is one of the most dynamic Church Planting Movements in the world today. In 1999, Ying Kai (a Taiwan Chinese missionary) left Hong Kong for mainland China, with a vision to train reproducible disciple-makers (which he calls ‘trainers’). In less than a decade, T4T had multiplied a small band of disciples into a movement of more than 80,000 new churches, with more than 2 million baptisms.
Let’s listen and learn from missionary stories coming out of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. God is on the move! The T4T story may challenge you. It may also inspire you into passionate prayer, radical obedience and reproducible disciple-making!
This podcast is about sacrificial love and the life-transforming power of being kind. In this RED Church podcast, Mick Duncan shares a bunch of stories about what it means to show kindness to a stranger — including how to ‘make a bid’ and ‘turn towards the bidder.’
Mick and Ruby Duncan served in the slums of Manila for many years and have contextual knowledge and experience in walking alongside people who are broken and vulnerable. A number of us have met Mick through his association with the Forge Network, Urban Neighbours Of Hope (UNOH), and the annual Surrender Conference (TEAR).