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What Does it Mean to be “on Mission”?


“In other words, by faith in Christ, we have received a new identity of “missionary”, sent into our city armed with the message and mercy of Jesus Christ. To be “on mission” is to practically live out that identity in simple, loving, everyday ways, befriending unbelievers for the sake of the gospel, the good of the city and the glory of God. Let’s continue, trusting Him, as Jesus’ people sent on mission. ” Pastor Adam Sinnett – Downtown Cornerstone Church

Recently, we were asked how is our ministry being “on Mission” within Central Mexico. From a young age, we have been driven and inspired by what can be summed up as the Great Commission and the Great Commandment combined to be GC². In Matthew 28:18, it says, “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you.” Likewise, Mark 12:28 paraphrased, “Love God, Love Others and Make Disciples.”

We began The King’s Harvest ministry by seeking out Unengaged People Groups in remote areas of central Mexico, called the Circle of Silence. These rural areas have less than 2.6% evangelicals. Utilizing tools such as clean water filters and solar-powered Mega Voice Mp3 players we are expanding the Gospel within these remote communities. The goal is to form and nurture small discipleship groups. These groups are then equipped spiritually to proclaim the gospel to the unsaved, disciple those who respond to the gospel, and mentor faithful disciples to serve as leaders to disciple others and multiply. We also use Disciple Making Movement Methods of HOST, PLANT, TRAIN, EQUIP that will serve the local/regional Christian churches and Spanish speaking individuals called as missionaries, to recognize and fulfill their role in the Great Commission.