The single best strategy that I know to reach the world for Christ is the training of expositors to preach God’s Word. I want to urge all churches and believers everywhere to partner with TMAI. This ministry is all about God’s work being done God’s way for God’s glory.
If you really want to do missions and you want to know that men are being trained and that they’re being held accountable, then focus on The Master’s Academy International. I have the highest confidence in the work TMAI is doing.
I am convinced that TMAI is the greatest missions story of our time. This is a force utterly committed to biblical inerrancy and the exposition of Scripture. There is no other enterprise like it in the world of missions.
The James L. Stamps Foundation wants to invest in TMAI because we have a huge degree of confidence in both the theological soundness and the organizational effectiveness of those entrusted with leading the kingdom-building efforts of TMAI. The work of TMAI is one that needs to be supported by every Jesus-loving, Gospel-preaching, Bible-believing Christian and local church.
We must train leaders and I’m so glad for the work of TMAI. Where I am, in the global south, I see it first hand.We must train leaders if we want to seriously contribute to the Great Commission and to the development of healthy churches. That is a must.
TMAI has been a friend and collaborator with our ministry since we began in 2006. Their long-term commitment to training church leaders has always impressed me and we’ve worked together on strategic translation and publishing projects. They truly practice the 2 Timothy 2:2 ministry model that the Apostle Paul proclaimed and lived out. This is all accomplished from an indigenous educational context. It is an effective ministry that I highly recommend.
I’ve had the opportunity to teach at some of the TMAI training centers around the world, and I love TMAI’s commitment to the training of leaders for the local church, and their staunch confidence in the inerrancy of scripture.
Our church started supporting TMAI because our elders wanted to ensure that our missions investment would be effective and enduring.We decided that our primary goal would be to support the long-term equipping of indigenous pastors through TMAI.Through short-term teams and teaching trips, we have seen the ministry firsthand, and we are incredibly impressed by what we have seen.
My wife and I give to TMAI because we wholeheartedly believe in their mission. We see how much we have benefitted and grown in our own devotion to the Lord Jesus because of our faithful pastor here in America and it is exciting to think that we can help provide that blessing to believers in other countries around the world.