Can God Use Me? - Michael Oh, GMC 2017

How are we going to reach the world with the gospel? Can God really use us? Michael Oh's message out of Jonah 4 starts with a hard look at ourselves as angry, self-righteous individuals. But—like Jonah—we are individuals who can be used by a gracious God. Later Michael dives into specific global needs and practical strategies that the Church can take to accomplish the task. 

Watch this powerful message from Michael Oh's plenary session at the 2017 PCA Global Missions Conference. And check out other GMC plenary session talks from Kevin DeYoung and Michael Oh at vimeo.com/mtwglobal.


Staff in Video on Jan 16, 2018

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