Series: College Life

Nehemiah - A Man With Everything To Lose

A look at the Great Commission from the perspective of Nehemiah - how information about Jerusalem in ruins led to concern and finally involvement. Challenge: As you hear information about the nations during GO Missions Week, will you simply "change the channel," or will you pause to see if the Lord might be leading you to be a part of the solution?

Scripture: Nehemiah 1, 2

Tags: bible, biblical figures, biblical history, calling, gospel, missions, sacrifice, stewardship

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