Laymen on Mission

This week the Laymen kick back and reflect on serving God through missions. The boys are not quite back on eastern standard time, but they did not want to wait to tell what God did on their trip overseas.

This week we went back to the Cabbellas Cold brew. This is a local shop in Denver, NC. Check them out at www.cabbellascoffeeshop.com

We have doubled in size in the Berean Media Network. The network now consists of us, The Two Thieves, The Front Pew, and Rebel Alliance Podcast.

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

Thank you for listening. If you are listening on iTunes please subscribe and leave a review. If you have comments or questions for us, you can email us at laymenscup@gmail.com. We also have videos you can view here on our website or on Youtube. We are on Facebook at www.facebook.com/laymenscup. You can also follow us on Instagram and Twitter @laymenscup.

It is always our hope to get the Gospel out to as many people as possible and you can help us by sharing the show. Word of mouth is the greatest way we will get the show out to the masses. Thank you.

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

Kemp, Wes, Shaun, and Bob


The Testimony of a Missionary

1023666_1511482576397The Laymen believe that we are to live our lives on mission. What that means it that in everything we do, we glorify Christ, and portray the Gospel. When we are at work, we live the Gospel. When we are with our friends, we live the Gospel. On today’s episode we have the great privilege of sitting down and hearing the testimony of one of the most Gospel centered ladies we have ever talked with.

Ms. Diane Smith gave up everything to live on mission for God. She was saved at an older age, and soon after that God started to put a burden on her heart to sell everything for Him, and after some persuasion, she sold everything to go and live on the mission field in Alabama.

One part of living on mission is that Ms. Diane must raise her own support. Everything that she raises goes to support her living expenses and her work with the people in Alabama. Please pray, and if you are able to give your support, please do. If you would like to support for Ms. Diane, please go and check out her website. http://msc.kintera.org/dianesmith. You can also email her at missionarydianesmith@cbasbc.org.

Thank you for listening. If you are listening on iTunes please subscribe and leave a review. If you have comments or questions for us, you can email us at laymenscup@gmail.com. We also have videos you can view here on our website or on Youtube. We are on Facebook at www.facebook.com/laymenscup. You can also follow us on Instagram and Twitter @laymenscup.

It is always our hope to get the Gospel out to as many people as possible and you can help us by sharing the show. Word of mouth is the greatest way we will get the show out to the masses. Thank you.

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

The Laymen,

Kemp, Patrick, Shaun, and Wes

 


The Christian Life on Mission

CuP_2988“Living on mission” is a phrase Christians hear a lot. For most, it is what Missionaries, or pastors, or Church Planters do. In actuality, it is a calling for all Christians. In Matthew 28, Jesus tells us his last command, “Go, into the world, and make disciples.” We believe that this is a calling for all Christians. The issue, how do we do that? How do we, Laymen, who work 60 hours a week, who have families, who are caught up in the business of life, live a life of mission?

This is a big question and to help us we brought in a friend of the show, Pastor Ken Furches. He is the Community Pastor at Denver Baptist. Pastor Ken tells us how to live the life we are called to, in ways that only he can.

Thank you for listening. If you are listening on iTunes please subscribe and leave a review. If you have comments or questions for us, you can email us at laymenscup@gmail.com. We also have videos you can view here on our website or on Youtube. We are on Facebook at www.facebook.com/laymenscup. You can also follow us on Instagram and Twitter @laymenscup.

If you would like to purchase the book by Brother Lawrence mentioned in the show you can do through the Laymen’s Bookstore.

Shaun is running a race to help raise money for his adoption. If you like to join his team, or learn more about it, check it out here: Chosen Carolinas Team Whicheveronefits. – See more at: http://laymenscup.com/2016/03/laymen-being-laymen/#sthash.GWKVEHkC.dpuf

It is always our hope to get the Gospel out to as many people as possible and you can help us by sharing the show. Word of mouth is the greatest way we will get the show out to the masses. Thank you.

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

The Laymen,

Kemp, Patrick, Shaun, and Wes