Author Archives: Phil Martin



Phil Martin

A Life Well Lived
in Missions

A Life Well Lived

We sat across the table with a lovely couple named Philip and Julie Parshall. They told us it was refreshing and encouraging to see Philip and I giving our lives to serve God overseas at our age....

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February 27, 2016
Advance the Gospel
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Advance the Gospel

I want you to know, brothers, that what has happened to me has really served to advance the gospel.  Philippians 1:12 Paul’s faith in a good and sovereign God led him to be more concerned about...

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January 28, 2016
Why Churches?
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Why Churches?

The process we are using to raise support is a little different than what most people do these days. We are primarily asking churches rather than individuals to partner with us. Currently, most ministry workers...

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January 27, 2016
The Gospel Brings Us Together
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The Gospel Brings Us Together

When I think about Martin Luther King Jr. I tend to be at awe for everything he has done. I believe Martin Luther King Jr. was pointing to a specific place, someone greater. He was pointing...

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January 19, 2016
Anonymous
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Anonymous

From blogger Edmond Sanganyado whose article was featured on Challies.com today. Last year, I learned a very important lesson that helped shape everything I did, although with challenges here and there. It was from a book appropriately...

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January 12, 2016
2016 Outlook
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2016 Outlook

Gospel to China | January Update We have exciting news to share. As of January 3rd, Gospel to China is officially a ministry of Palmyra Grace Church. The church is our new sending agency! This is...

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January 12, 2016
OG Summit Recap
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OG Summit Recap

Sara and I spent last week at the Our Generation Summit in Pigeon Forge Tennessee. It is a ministry of Vision Baptist Missions that they have hosted for at least the last decade. It was...

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January 08, 2016
The Joy of Preaching
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The Joy of Preaching

This past Sunday, I preached a full sermon at my home church for the second time. It was such an amazing experience to share the truth in God’s word to a group of Christians that I...

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December 30, 2015
Surprised by Culture
in Missions, Taiwan

Surprised by Culture

One of the most frequent questions I get from Christian friends in the U.S. goes something like this. In what ways does Chinese culture make evangelism difficult? Essentially, what is unique about China that presents...

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December 22, 2015
5 Ways We Can Serve Our Missionaries
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5 Ways We Can Serve Our Missionaries

Philip and I spent one year in Taiwan and during that time we were blessed to have a great support system. When we look back we can see how God used our pastors, families, and friends through...

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December 15, 2015