Asked and Answered
Empower Ministries International works alongside national churches in the world’s spiritual hotspots to provide the essential tools for kingdom building and discipleship. How do they choose their potential partners? What characteristics must a church planting ministry embody? In this episode of “Asked and Answered,” Ron and Charis Pearce describe what they look for in a church planting partnership.
What makes Christianity different from the other world religions? Why are national church planters having such a profound impact in their countries? In this episode of “Asked and Answered,” Missions Specialists Ron and Charis Pearce from Empower Ministries share their insights into why the Gospel is spreading so rapidly in the spiritual hotspots of the world.
The Romani people of Serbia are in the midst of a mighty revival. Empower Ministries Intl. has come alongside these poverty-stricken people to help with tangible gifts of love such as seedlings, food, shoes and more. Ron and Charis share incredible reports of the unique baptisms in the many Romani congregations.
Ron and Charis share the signs of a revival. They describe the various revivals happening today in places such as Serbia, Ethiopia and many other spiritual hotspots. Thousands of people are accepting the Gospel. God is on the move doing incredible things and transforming lives, and this podcast has all the details!
Ron and Charis answer the question of how important the Bible is for national believers. They explain how all new believers become desperate for the Word of God in ways North Americans find hard to understand. In many areas, the Bible is difficult to find, expensive or forbidden. New converts quickly learn that having a copy is essential for their spiritual growth.
Join Ron and Charis as they answer YOUR inquiries about modern missions today. What role does transportation play in church planting ministries around the world? Listen to this new podcast series to find out! Submit your questions to email@example.com and be sure to listen regularly. The next question might just be yours!