Missions | Aspiring missionaries find they owe a debt to the gospel—and also to banks. What can free them up to serve?
by Leigh Jones
Posted 2/28/18, 11:05 pm
Paul Jackson took his first short-term mission trip during his junior year at California Baptist University. He came home convinced God had called him to life in the mission field. He and his girlfriend, Riley, spent the month of Ramadan praying over where God might eventually send them. They emerged with a heart and vision for the Muslim world. (Paul and Riley are pseudonyms: Publication of their names would jeopardize their safety and work in a Muslim country.)