In 1886, evangelist D.L. Moody and campus minister Luther Wishard invited two delegates from each college across America to a month-long Christian conference at Moody’s residence in Mount Hermon, Massachusetts. Little did they know that what was about to take place would catalyze the largest student missions movement in world history.
While not every Christian is called to be sent internationally as an overseas missionary, every Christian is Biblically responsible to pray for the cause of world missions. John Piper said, “There are only three kinds of Christians when it comes to world missions: zealous goers, zealous senders, and disobedient.”