Tell Others the Good News
A recent article in the Dallas Morning News lamented the destruction of historic buildings in Dallas. The news article’s headline, “Lost Dallas,” not only describes the architectural history that is lost when these buildings tumble. More importantly, the headline is an accurate description of the spiritual status of the majority of Dallas County residents.
Jesus “saw the crowds” and “had compassion on them” (Matthew 9:36). Do we see the crowds of people in our city? Are we moved by compassion for them? Some missiologists estimate that 75 percent of the residents of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex do not have an evangelical faith in Christ. That means the number of lost persons in our local mission fields is almost 2 million people.
We are missionaries, and we must think like missionaries. Join us at DBA as we pray to the Lord to send out workers to our harvest field.
Tim Ahlen | 214.319.1159
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