Living On Mission


As Laymen, we believe that we are to live on mission. That means we are to be intentional in sharing our faith. Whenever we get a chance to meet a missionary doing that same thing day and day out, we love to talk to them.  This week, we had a chance to sit down with Sean Mullins, a missionary with Samaria Missions serving in South Africa. It was a great privilege to hear how he is bringing the Gospel and building Churches.

If you want to get a hold of Sean, you can email him at sean@samrianmission.co.za. You can follow him on Facebook at facebook.com/samrianmissions and his website at http://samarianmissions.co.za.

On this show, we got to sip on coffee from the Anchor Coffee Co, out of North Wilkesboro, NC. This week we sent it through a drip machine, it was good and bold. This is the type of coffee we love to drink black. Make sure to check them out at http://anchorcoffeeco.com.

Keep an eye out for the Berean Media Network, we have some news coming soon. Also, shout out to our brothers over at Two Thieves, I bet they won’t be calling Kemp out anymore.

We talk all the time about our conversations backstage. For the first time, we are making those conversations available to you. For just a dollar a month, you can hear what goes on, and hear us go off the cuff. Visit us at Patreon.com/laymenscup

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Please pray for us, as we are praying for you.

Kemp, Wes, Shaun and Bob