"Invest your life in what Jesus invested His life in: Reaching the unexpected and un-respected; whether from the other side of the world or the other side of the tracks, whether the social outcast or the remote and forgotten peoples." —Aaron Crider
“If you’re going to a place that needs a Bible translation, the probability of a vernacular literacy program is pretty high.” —Mark Zook
“Our mother tongue is the language in which God speaks to each of us. He does not speak in a sacred language, but in the ordinary language, so that we may hear him and realize that this gospel is about us and that we have been invited to join a company drawn from every people, tribe, tongue,...
"The teachings of the Lord have been given for the purpose of being put into practice." —Conrad Grebel
"To arouse one man or woman to the tremendous power of prayer for others is worth more than the combined activity of a score of average Christians." —A.J. Gordon
"Imagine that everyone quits working right now. What happens? Civilized life quickly melts away. Food vanishes from the shelves. Gas dries up at the pumps. Streets are no longer patrolled and fires burn themselves out. Communication and transportation services end and utilities go dead. Those...
"The need is great, the gospel is good, the command is clear, the world is waiting, and ultimately our God is worthy.” —David Platt
"The Church is the pilgrim people of God. It is on the move—hastening to the ends of the earth to beseech all men to be reconciled to God, and hastening to the end of time to meet its Lord who will gather all into one." —Lesslie Newbigin
“One key feature through the whole story of the Bible is the actual production of the Bible. God did not just act through history, he inspired the story to be written down so that future generations could learn and understand what was going on.” —Eddie Arthur
"Christians are an army without weapons, without war, without bloodshed, without anger. How countercultural the soldiers of this army are—an army of God-fearing old men, of God-beloved orphans... These make up a nonviolent army that contends with God." —Alan Kreider