Category Archives: World Missions

Now What? Some thoughts after the Election on Lessons and Expectations

On the other side of the election, what can we learn? What can we expect? For the believer, our lessons and our expectations are grounded in the Word of the Lord. Our hope for our nation is grounded not in electoral … Continue reading

Posted in Christian, David Brainerd, Dr. Michael A. Milton, Dr. Mike Milton, Economic Recovery, Jesus Christ, Jonathan Edwards, Michael Milton, Mike Milton, ministry, mission, Missions, PCA, Preaching, Presbyterian, Presbyterian Churches, presbyterian minister, Presbyterian Preacher, Presbyterian seminary, Protestant Theology, Reformation, Reformed, Reformed faith, Reformed Seminary, Reformed Seminary Charlotte, Reformed sermons, Reformed Theological Seminary, Religion, renewal, Renewal of ministry, revival, RTS-Charlotte, World Missions | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Acknowledge the Sin, Accentuate the Grace, Honor the Fathers: Why I love the PCA and RTS

Then he died at a good age, full of days, riches, and honor. And Solomon his son reigned in his place. 1 Chronicles 29.28 There has been some talk lately, quite recently, that has come to me about the publication … Continue reading

Posted in Abe Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln, Aunt Eva, Biblical, Biblical Exposition, Biblical mandate, Biblical Theology, Biblical Vision, Biblical Worldview, Body of Christ, Charlotte, Charlotte Seminary, Christ, Christian, Christian America, Christian Blog, Christian faith, Christian leaders, Christian leadership, Christianity and Culture, Christians, Dr. Michael A. Milton, faith of our fathers, Jesus Christ, Liturgy and Music, Mike Milton, PCA, Preaching, Presbyterian, Presbyterian and Reformed, Presbyterian Church in America, Presbyterian Churches, Presbyterian seminary, President of Reformed Seminary, President of Reformed Theological Seminary, President of RTS Charlotte, pulpit, racial reconciliation, Reformed, Reformed sermons, Reformed Theological Seminary, Reformed Theological Seminary Charlotte, Reformed Theological Seminary Charlotte Mike Milton, Reformed Theological Seminary Charlotte NC, Reformed Worldview, Remembering D. James Kennedy, RTS, RTS Charotte, RTS Jackson, ruling elders, Scripture, Seminary, Seminary President, seminary students, sermon, Sermons on Missions, Stand up for Jesus, The Church, theological education, Theological Reflection, Theological Seminaries, Theology, Vavasor Powell, Westminster Confession of Faith, Wonder of the Gospel, World Missions | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

“We Were Made to Go: The Goal of the Gospel for the Entire World” (Acts 13.47b)

This message was the second in a two part series preached at the World Missions Conference at the Scherer Memorial Presbyterian Church in Lake Wylie, South Carolina on March 14th, 2010. Isaiah 49.6; Acts 13.47a Introduction to the Reading I … Continue reading

Posted in Christian, Dr. Michael A. Milton, Isaiah, Jesus Christ, Michael Milton, Mike Milton, PCA, Preaching, Presbyterian, Reformed, Sermons on Missions, World Missions | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

“If He is the Hope of the World, Then This is the Challenge of Your Life!”

“And in this passage we see the radical description of life in the kingdom as going from the hope of a Messiah to the glory of His mission.” This is a World Missions Sermon delivered by Mike Milton of Reformed Theological Seminary at Twin Oaks Presbyterian Church, St. Louis, Missouri, February 28, 2010. Continue reading

Posted in Bonhoeffer, Christian, Dr. Michael A. Milton, Dr. Mike Milton, Jesus Christ, Michael Milton, Mike Milton, Missions conference PCA, MO, PCA, Preaching, Preaching missions, Presbyterian, Reformed, Reformed sermons, Reformed Theological Seminary, RTS Orlando, RTS-Charlotte, Sermons on John 1, Twin Oaks Presbyterian Church, World Mission Conference sermons, World Missions | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

World Missions Strategy, Mark Baxter and Scriptures to Pray

Christ will win. A new heavens and a new earth is on its way. The resurrection of Jesus Christ has inaugurated a glorious rule and reign that will end with the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, the judgment, the acquittal … Continue reading

Posted in China and Missions, Dr. Michael A. Milton, Jesus Christ, kingdom of Jesus Christ, Mark Baxter, Mike Milton, PCA, Preaching, Presbyterian, Reformed, World Missions, Youth with a Mission | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Missions Conference in Atlanta Area on the Book of Jonah: “Deep and Wide”

Through all of my recent travels, meetings, and even other preaching times, I have had Jonah on my mind. And so I leave now to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ from the Book of Jonah at the wonderful Grace Presbyterian … Continue reading

Posted in Christian, Deep and Wide, Douglasville, Dr. Michael A. Milton, Dr. Mike Milton, Easter series, easter thoughts, GA, Grace Presbyterian Church, Jesus Christ, Jonah, Michael Milton, Mike Milton, Missions, Missions Conference, Old Testament Preaching, PCA, Preaching, Presbyterian, Reformed, Resurrection, RTS, RTS-Charlotte, World Missions | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

The Next Christendom: A Hopeful Message from Philip Jenkins

Philip Jenkins’ writing is exciting, but his research and findings are even more so. As I read the The Next Christendom: The Coming of Global Christianity (in one sitting), I put the book down and prayed a prayer of thanksgiving … Continue reading

Posted in African Anglicans, Asian Presbyterians, Global Christianity, Latin Catholics, Mike Milton, Missions, Philip Jenkins, Reformed Theological Seminary, RTS-Charlotte, World Missions | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,