God Directed Deviations
“All missionaries are heroes, but some are more articulate than others. Miguel Labrador, serving in the Ecuadorian Cloud Forest is one the latter. Miguel is asking the right questions while living out a missional lifestyle. That’s a good combination and every visit to his blog will challenge and sometimes irritate your thinking. That’s a good thing too.” ~ Marty Schoenleber Jr, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, IL Adjunct Faculty The Ministry of asking questions: “Miguel Labrador, a missionary in the Andes, has such a ministry. Follow him on Twitter on @Missionaries or at his blog, and several times a week, he will ask a searching question which will make you think about, and perhaps rethink, various ministry concepts. ~ Tony Whittaker from Internet Evangelism Day “Miguel’s Blog and Site, are outstanding sources of disciple-making wisdom, knowledgeable comment, and scintillating discussion for the Christian community.” Gary Patton, The People Development Specialist-Patton Associates, Peo
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