Fertilizing Spiritual Crops
Mike Schrage, Executive Director
Putting fertilizer on seedless soil is useless. However, even a small amount of fertilizer applied at the right time in close proximity to seeds or plants can have a great impact on the harvest. I learned this as the son of a farmer. Now as the son-in-law to the founder of GNPI and a former missionary in Kenya, I’ve learned how the right kind of media in conjunction with godly relationships and conversations can accelerate the growth of spiritual produce.
My brother-in-law, Tom Nutt, recently had a conversation with Larry, a Christian leader, affiliated with One Mission Society (OMS). The church planting catalyst of OMS, Every Community for Christ, works in a little over 50 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the United States. As Larry looked at the three church multiplication processes they use around the world to start church planting movements, he got excited by the way media could be used, and is being used, as a tool for abundant Gospel sowing. Once again GNPI stands at the crossroads producing relevant media and teaching others how to use media for their purposes.
That’s joyful news this Christmas.