Sunday, April 21, 2024
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A Broken Heart For A Broken World

“When He saw the multitudes, He was moved with compassion for them, because they were weary and scattered, like sheep having no shepherd. Then He said to His disciples, “The harvest truly is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest” (Matt. 9:36-38).

We live in a broken world — pandemics, lockdowns, political divide, poverty, religious oppression, persecution. In a broken world, Jesus was burdened for broken people — the impoverished and oppressed, the helpless and hopeless and the lost, weary and scattered.

Each day, 175,000 people die. Each year 60 million broken and lost people die.

Jesus gave His life for broken people and He gave the same mission to the church — take the healing message of Jesus Christ to the nations. We, too, must be burdened for people. Burdened enough to give and burdened enough to go. The urgency has never been greater!

The vision of BMAA Missions is to double the number of missionaries in 10 years. This World Missions Day, will you help take the healing message of Jesus Christ to a hurting and broken world. We need your help!

• Pray that God will raise up laborers to go to new countries and people groups.

• Pray for our family of missionaries in over 65 countries around the world.

• Give to the Jerry Kidd Missions Offering.

• Register your church and order promotional materials and a free polo for your pastor by visiting bmamissions.org/worldmissionsday. Promotional materials can also be downloaded when you visit the website.

A Mission’s Department representative may be available to speak to church or group. Contact BMA Missions at (501) 455-4977 or email Sidney at sidney@bmaam.com.

Make checks payable to BMA Missions/Jerry Kidd Offering and mail to: BMA Missions, P.O. Box 878, Conway, Ark. 72033.

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