Jun 4, 2019
Dwight Martin grew up as a missionary kid in Thailand, came to the United States for college and ended up settling down to build a family and a career but the call to Thailand never really went away. Martin and his wife — who lived in Birmingham, Alabama, for several years and were active members of The Church at Brook Hills — are now back in Thailand working with Reach a Village Ministries, which provides resources for church planting throughout the more rural areas in the country.
On this week’s TAB News, co-hosts Jennifer Rash and Debbie Campbell talk with Martin about how he is using his software development skills to aid in church planting strategies and why he thinks the concept would work worldwide.
Following the 24-minute interview, TAB staff members and correspondents will present an audio digest of this week’s issue including news, features, Dr. Batson’s Theology 101 column and Sunday School commentaries.
Boones Chapel Baptist hosts food truck festival and sees salvations (29:00)
Westlake relaunch prioritizes church involvement and outreach (36:37)
Explore the Bible Sunday School Lesson (47:50)