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Free Stuff Fridays (TMAI)

This week’s Free Stuff Fridays is sponsored by The Master’s Academy International (TMAI), who also sponsored the blog this week.

While supplies last, they are giving away free copies of Declaring His Glory Among the Nations: Daily Scripture Meditations from Pastors Around the World.

This year-round devotional is the fruit of TMAI’s longstanding commitment to help train indigenous church leaders around the world. Over 200 authors from TMAI’s faculty and graduate bodies—representing 15 countries and nearly as many languages—came together to create this resource that’s FREE for Challies readers today. While the contexts of these authors differ in dramatic ways, God’s word remains ever the same. We pray that you will be richly blessed by their daily meditations on God’s Word.

John MacArthur shares more about this book and the ministry of TMAI:

“The Master’s Academy International (TMAI) was officially formed over 15 years ago to train local, indigenous church leaders all across the world who would then make and equip disciples of Christ in local churches. With a commitment to expositional preaching and the authority of Scripture, more than 15 schools on four continents have trained men to be faithful to the mandate of Christ’s commission in all contexts and places. As I have said elsewhere, I believe the history and impact of these schools is the greatest missions story of our time.”

MacArthur goes on:

“As you read through the entries each day, you will be fed truth from Scripture and will be challenged—whether directly because of its implications for the Christian walk, or indirectly by hearing what ministry is like for these individuals amidst their challenging circumstances.

You will also gain a glimpse into the spiritual lives of these men around the world as they minister to you personally, demonstrating their love for the truth written and incarnate.

You will be reminded of the global nature of gospel ministry, and how much still needs to be done by way of prayer and support.

You will feel compelled to pray for these schools and the men leading them, that our Lord who promised to be with us always, even to the end of the age, would be with them in their ministries, strengthening and blessing them for every good work.

May you be encouraged and equipped as you hear God’s glory declared among the nations.”

Enter Here

While supplies last, if you enter—you win! Simply enter your information into the form below and we’ll ship a copy to your address.

Giveaway Rules: You may enter one time. U.S. Addresses only. Again, the resource is only available while supplies last. By entering, you will be opted into TMAI’s mailing list to receive ministry update emails.


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