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2018-03-14T14:01:46+00:00

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Ramesh Richard’s thoughts on God’s purpose and “staying found,” on-the-ground updates, and more in RREACH’s latest newsletter!

As we enter into another year of uncertainly and unpredictability, we must remember what the Psalmist says, “The plans of the Lord stand firm forever, the purposes of His heart through all generations” (Ps. 33:11). Time, people and circumstances can never unsettle God’s purposes.

(To read Ramesh Richard’s full devotional, click here.)

Also included in this RR Crossing:

  • Updates from Lebanon, Lesotho, Burkina Faso, and Trinidad and Tobago
  • Ramesh Richard’s whirlwind fourth quarter travels
  • One pastoral trainer’s need for the GProCongress
2016-04-18T17:53:58+00:00

More individuals, followers of the Lord Jesus Christ,
and new churches populate the world today than ever before

Dr. Ramesh Richard and many other fine leaders and ministries have been working tirelessly to provide training for the world’s estimated 2+ million seriously under-trained pastors. Yet, the continuing growth of the church presents a staggering need for even more trained pastors. How can we accelerate delivery and continue to improve the quality of training that pastors desperately want and need?

The Lausanne Global Analysis recently published an article Dr. Richard wrote addressing this challenge. RREACH has republished the article in our final RR Crossing of 2015. We invite you to read and to think carefully about the implications of the global ministry strategy Dr. Richard lays out in it.

Click here to read the full Q4 2015 RR Crossing newsletter.

Other contents include:

  • GProCommission Timeline
  • How reading Preparing Expository Sermons led one man to Christ
  • Ways to pray

 

2018-03-14T14:02:00+00:00

You are a God-appointed ministry vehicle. Will your personal challenges or difficult ministry environments deplete your fuel supply before your journey of service is complete?

Also included in this RR Crossing:

  • National Global Proclamation Academies: Testimonies from Tanzania, Peru, Indonesia, Benin and Cambodia
  • The 2016 Global Proclamation Congress for Pastoral Trainers:
    • Thoughts on the current disciple-making crisis
    • Encouragement from a Dallas GPA Master Coach

Click here to read the full RR Crossing newsletter.

2015-08-12T19:16:46+00:00

How should we think about the cold, cruel and callous depravity of certain members of the human race? Can a terrorist become an evangelist? How should the Christian believer pray? These questions arise when we are confronted by intense evil, and it can be difficult to respond in a Christ-honoring way. Ramesh’s has written a thoughtful guide to answering these complex questions.

Also included in this RR Crossing:

  • The 2015 Dallas GPA: Praising, Praying and Preparing for the 10th Dallas Global Proclamation Academy, June 7-27
  • National GPAs: Updates from Mali and Cuba, two particularly difficult countries

Click here to read the full RR Crossing newsletter.

2015-04-15T19:55:26+00:00

“The Bible is pro-world, pro-life, pro-Christ, pro-Christians, pro-Church. So will we be.” In a recent interview with the Christian Post, Ramesh Richard offered these words to help provide biblical and theological perspective on the escalating situation in the Middle East. Ramesh has written a helpful “Middle East purpose statement” for the church, which many have found beneficial and practical.

Also included in this RR Crossing:

  • Meaningful ministry moments: Paul’s Athens and Corinth travels dominate Ramesh’s experiences
  • National GPA updates: Moving testimonies from Swaziland, Togo and Botswana
  • Top ten charity: Humility and joy fill RREACH over Charity Navigator’s recognition

Click here to read the full RR Crossing newsletter.

2015-04-15T19:55:49+00:00

In a turbulent and morally regressing world, what should our attitude be? Ramesh Richard recently met a Middle East pastor who stated, “We were born here, we live here, and we will die here. So we shall use this massive struggle … for God’s purposes to save people.” Read Dr. Richard’s reflection on this in the new RR Crossing.

Also included:

  • GPA Burundi – 30 more connected, united and strengthened pastors
  • Our Inspirational Challenge – This is not a matching gift, but it is a huge statement of support by friends. Will you help us turn $500,000 into much, much more? With intents and gifts, we have raised $86,947 and still need an additional $413,053 by October 31! 

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2015-04-15T19:57:33+00:00

The life of Manorama Richard (Dr. Ramesh Richard’s mother) was a testimony of faithfulness to the Lord, her husband, her family and the body of Christ. Read her husband’s loving reflection on her well-lived life of commitment to the Lord Jesus. Also included in this RR Crossing:

  • Global Proclamation Congress for Pastoral Trainers – new location announced
  • GPA Rwanda – 30 pastors attended in the 20th anniversary year of the Rwandan genocide
  • 2014 Dallas Global Proclamation Academy – 23 connected, united and strengthened pastors

Click here to read the full RR Crossing newsletter.

2015-04-15T19:58:00+00:00

Do you need to reset your spiritual life? Read about Dr. Richard’s “One” tactic for spiritual renewal in his latest devotional. Also catch up on other news:

  • 2013 Media Outreach Impact – more than 14,000 spiritual decisions indicated
  • Proclamation Replication in Haiti – three Dallas GPA grads at work
  • A Historic Event for Cuba – a conference for 305 Cuban pastors and their wives

Click here to read the full RR Crossing newsletter.

2015-04-15T19:58:24+00:00

“The Bible is pro-world, pro-life, pro-Christ, pro-Christians, pro-Church. So will we be.” In a recent interview with the Christian Post, Ramesh Richard offered these words to help provide biblical and theological perspective on the escalating situation in the Middle East. Ramesh has written a helpful “Middle East purpose statement” for the church, which many have found beneficial and practical.

Also included in this RR Crossing:

  • Why a Global Pastoral Trainers Congress: Will a global congress for pastoral trainers make a real difference in ministry efforts?
  • National GPA updates: Reports from South Africa, Costa Rica and Zambia
  • Caring for Pastors’ Families: Report on our how we met the needs of pastors in the Middle East

Click here to read the full RR Crossing newsletter.