TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH
The Church of Jesus Christ is alive and well in the world and the Presbyterian family is a very
important part of that. The Presbyterians have opened more mission fields than any other church in
history. We have taken very seriously the commission to go into all nations and take the gospel to
all people, and we don't even known we've done it. Actually, of any church I know, the Presbyterians
have done the best job of taking mission out into all the world, but the Presbyterians have also done
the worst job of relating to their own denomination what they have done well. As I have gone around
the church telling stories about missions, many people have asked me to put these stories down so
they can share them with others. I rejoice that they want to do this.
- What Do We Do in the World?
- Once You're There, You're Never Gone
- You Never Lose It
- Do We Go to the Difficult Places?
- Doctor Livingstone, I Presume?
- In the Country of Anna and the King of Siam
- Work Along the Border
- And Down in Jamaica
- Poor Haiti, Poor Haiti
- Are We in Colombia?
- From the Congo to Zaire
- Now Is Not a Good Time
- How Did We Do That?
- Where Is Dourados?
- And Up in the Amazon
- Do We Ever Work Well with the Catholics?
- World Map
- And in Argentina
- Are We in Ireland?
- We Can't Feed the Whole World
- And the Mamma Dancers Welcome Us
- The Church Is Still the Light of the World
- What Are We Doing in Russia?
- Why Don't We Help in Rwanda?
- Neighbors Help Neighbors
- Did You Ever Go to Cuba?
- Yes, We Work in Honduras
- Do We Help Armenians?
- Against the Law
- We Must Do Both
- Ten Lousy Goats
- Have You Ever Been to Cairo?
- About Traffic
- There Are Street Children Everywhere
- And in Central America
- Do We Still Have Heroes?
- The Writer