Organic Ministry

Crazy God Connections

Written by: Mirta Ireland-Pimentel So, I decided to surprise my family for Christmas. I traveled from SD to PA and showed up at my brother’s home, on Dec 24th, with homemade cookies and potato salad. My sister screamed and cried, my brother freaked out, and my father exclaimed “this is the best Christmas present ever.”…

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Divine Appointments in Houston

Written By: Catherine Duran Truc, a Vietnamese college student met The Keystone Project team member, Keri, in the neighborhood of Houston where they both live. Recently, the two young moms, after a series of brief meetings, went walking together pushing strollers. Having found a common ground, Keri entered into conversation about Spiritual matters. Truc was raised…

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Furthering the Kingdom in Malaysia

Right now, Richard Greene, his wife Margaret Greene, and our leader in India, Shanmugam are in Malaysia. They are holding a week long training to equip, identify and train leaders to go out into the unreached areas of Southeast Asia and launch movements of disciples who make disciples. According to joshuaproject.org, Malaysia is still primarily…

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Multiplying Disciples in India

The Lord has a heart for the nations! He longs to see the gospel brought to every tribe, tongue and people. We can see this evident in the mighty ways He is using His people to accomplish the Great Commission. One of our leaders in India recently sent us a ministry report. In the report,…

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An Injury Used For God’s Glory

In Early April, while one of our leaders from India was here in Keystone, SD for our Spring month-long training, his daughter was in a bike accident. The ankle and heel of his daughter’s right foot was severely injured in the biking accident. When he went back to India at the end of April, after the…

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Recent Baptisms in Nepal

Below is a report that was sent to us from some of our disciples in Nepal. They are traveling to unreached areas in the mountains of Nepal to make and baptize disciples! The area of Manang in Nepal is severely unreached. 19 out of the 20 people groups in Manang are unreached. The largest religion…

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Setting Movement DNA

The secret of success in this work lies in beginning at the very beginning. It is the training of the first converts which sets the type for the future. If the first converts are taught to depend upon the missionary, if all work, evangelistic, educational, social is concentrated in his hands, the infant community learns…

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Redeeming the Language of the Church

Defining our Terms The Keystone Project philosophy promotes a major shift in the way the Church engages the lost, calling for the multiplication of Spirit-led followers of Jesus Christ who live radical kingdom lives to reach the unreached. This paradigm shift requires the development of a pattern of thinking and behavior which is, in many respects, the opposite of…

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Slavery is Not the Best Training for Liberty

Slavery is not the best training for liberty. It is only by exercise that powers grow. To do things for people does not train them to do them for themselves…. The work of the missionary is education in this sense: it is the use of means to reveal to his converts a spiritual power which…

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Western Enculturation and the Modern Church

This form of organization is natural to men with our character and experience: it is not in any sense a universal mode of expression. The erection of buildings, the management of property and the creation of an army of professional preachers is to us at this moment of the world’s history the natural and obvious…

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