O Lord, who may abide in Your tent? Who may dwell on Your holy hill? — Psalm 15:1 — Eric Weathers: TMAI Headquarters | USA Psalm 15 motivates believers to openly praise God in the presence of their coworkers, customers, and suppliers. Our psalm describes actions of the redeemed. It demonstrates the commitment, reputation, … Read More
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And I saw another angel flying in midheaven, having an eternal gospel to preach to those who live on the earth, and to every nation and tribe and tongue and people. — Revelation 14:6 — Mark Tatlock: President, TMAI Headquarters | USA John’s glimpse into the eternal state reveals that the Great Commission will be … Read More
A Song of Praise
Then Moses…sang this song to the Lord, and said… “The Lord is my strength and song, And He has become my salvation.” — Exodus 15:1-2 — Daniel Gumprecht: TMAI Headquarters | USA “Do we sing as much as the birds do? Yet what have birds to sing about, compared with us?” These probing questions … Read More
Why We Publish: Part Three
It’s impossible to state how crucial a tool this is—to have a complete systematic theology…It’s the best gift you can give church leadership.
Why We Publish: Part Two
“…in order to make a real movement take place I think there has to be more than preaching. I think there has to be writing. And I think people have got to have—in front of them—words that aren’t flying by…words that are frozen on a page. And that lends itself to their thoughtful consideration of those words.”
Year-End Goal: Indigenous Publishing
Alongside preaching, the ability to publish the truth in the common tongue proved to be a major powerhouse behind Luther’s work in the Reformation, and over the past 30 years, we’ve seen this precedent ring true in the work of our Training Centers around the world. Even more than conferences and radio broadcasting, the publication and distribution of good books has brought some of the most enduring fruit to the field that I’ve ever seen. This is why nearly every one of our 18 schools (with over 2,200 students) is engaged in the work of indigenous publishing. They know what happens when people have God’s word explained to them in their own language.
Why We Publish: Part 1
“We must look for every legitimate opportunity to maximize our own in-country network and get the best theological tools into the hands of local church leaders. We obviously don’t want to mimic these false teaching ministries, but we must continue to cultivate a proactive posture toward resourcing the global church.”
The Importance of Your Work to Missions
Therefore we ought to support such men, so that we may be fellow workers with the truth. — 3 John 8 — Eric Weathers: TMAI Headquarters | USA How important is your work to missions? Seeing my 20-year corporate career as through a rearview mirror, I wonder how much more fulfilling ministry could have … Read More
Reaching the Global Church through Local Publishing
In 2020, we established the Global Publications Department (GPD) to relieve our schools of their burdens and still make sure they get great books. Led by Rick Kress, the GPD now streamlines the publication and distribution of indigenous biblical resources for all our schools around the world.
Prayers Answered, Preachers Needed
In the past year alone, God has opened doors geographically. He has opened doors relationally. And most importantly, He has opened doors spiritually…Now that so many doors are opening up, we need to continue trusting God to provide the men who will walk through them.