A World of Good

A World of Good

We are two friends who love Jesus, care about the church, and travel the world to share stories of people who do the same.

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June 14, 2021 47 min
S3E10 In this final episode of the season, Nate and Andrew look back on the previous nine episodes and share some of their favorite clips from the interviews they did. Andrew shares about his recent trip to Honduras and Nate talks about his summer travel plans.
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S3E9 In this final episode of the series, Missions & the Black Church, Nate and Andrew have an honest, yet fun, conversation with Keith Spencer. Serving as the missionary specialist for Global Strategy, Keith brings a unique perspective as the son of Caribbean immigrants, and a Black Christian working in a missions agency. The conversation […]
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S3E8 In this episode, Nate and Andrew interview Steven and Peggy Beverly for episode two of the three-part series, Missions & the Black Church. Steven and Peggy are missionaries to Sri Lanka through Global Strategy and are the only Black missionaries serving in Sri Lanka as part of any missions agency. Steven and Peggy share […]
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S3E7 This episode begins our series on Missions & the Black church where we discuss the history and engagement of the African-American church in global missions. Nate and I had the privilege of interviewing Barbara Jones, Founder and President of Walking Anew, Inc. whose goal is creating a dignified Black and Brown community one day, […]
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S3E6 This episode concludes a three-part series on millennials and missions where Nate and Andrew explore missions themes connected to the emerging generation of Christians. In this episode, they talk with Channing Marvin, Worship and Outreach Pastor at Blue Mountain Community Church in Walla Walla, Washington. They explore the first two episodes on millennials and […]
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S3E5 This is part two of our three-part series on millennials and missions where Nate and Andrew explore missions themes connected to the emerging generation of Christians. In this episode, Andrew interviews Sarah Hunnicutt who serves as a teacher at a Christian school in Roatan, Honduras. She discusses her experience serving in Roatan and why […]
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March 15, 2021 44 min
S3E4 This episode begins a three-part series on millennials and missions where Nate and Andrew explore missions themes connected to the emerging generation of Christians. In this episode, they talk with Aly Hawkins, a freelance editor who was the managing editor with Barna on their recent research called, The Future of Missions. They discuss a […]
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March 8, 2021 51 min
S3E3 In the final episode of our three-part series on global partnerships, Nate and Andrew are joined by guest host Joshua Weiger. Joshua served in Berlin, Germany with his wife Audrey and their kids. He is now in charge of projects for Global Strategy supporting over 65 projects in 35 countries around the world. In […]
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February 22, 2021 59 min
S3E2 In episode two of our three-part series on global partnerships, Nate and Andrew talk with Samir Salibi. Samir and his family live in Paris, France and work with the growing refugee population in the city through the ministry he started called @Home. Samir shares about the joys and difficulties of partnering with US churches to […]
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February 8, 2021 59 min
S3E1 Nate and Andrew interview their good friend, Alan MacDonald, about best practices for healthy global partnerships. Alan brings with him wide-ranging global experiences (as a missionary, global nonprofit leader, missions pastor) and decades of global engagement. If your church supports global ministry, this episode is for you! Resources Mapping Church Missions, Sharon R. Hoover Serving […]
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February 3, 2021 4 min
A quick preview of what’s to come for season 3! Check out previous seasons at www.chogglobal.org/podcast.
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December 21, 2020 51 min
It’s been a crazy 2020 but we have had some incredible conversations with people serving God globally. In this episode we recap season two, talk about next season, and reminisce about Christmas. In the News Charitable Spirit Alive After Difficult Year Coffee Talk From L to R: my computer, my coffee mug (#loveICT), some unroasted […]
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Deb Heefner serves as the Director of COMPASS at Mission Training International where they prepare missionaries before they go onto the mission field. Join us as we talk about pre-field training for missionaries, bible smuggling, and being a missionary behind the Iron Curtain. Coffee Talk How Coffee Forever Changed Britain In the News Tequila bar […]
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November 23, 2020 58 min
Mike Ford is the Go & Be Pastor at Cornwall Church in Bellingham, WA. Now more than ever, both the local and global church must find innovative ways to reach people and make disciples. Listen in as we talk about innovation in the church through the lens of vending machines and food sources! In the […]
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November 9, 2020 44 min
Bobby and Jenny Mihsill serve the church in Cote d’Ivoire, West africa with their kids Moore and Rease. In this episode, they share some incredible stories about how the church is being a witness in their community, believing that God will show up, and how springs of new life are breaking forth. In the News […]
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October 26, 2020 58 min
Andrew has a conversation with Miguel Lau, Senior Officer of Church Partnerships for International Justice Mission. Miguel and Andrew explore justice from the perspective of the bible, society, violence, and the church. They bring together justice and faith and encourage churches to engage in God’s work. In the News Two-thirds of U.S. Young Adults Unaware […]
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October 12, 2020 75 min
Nate and Andrew talk with Patrick Nachtigall about his book, In God We Trust? The book looks at the history and complexity of American Christianity and points to three gods: religious freedom, individualism, and materialism that have shaped Christianity in the US. Patrick shares from his experience about how the church in the US is seen […]
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September 28, 2020 75 min
Pastor Wai Chan Lam is a pastor in Japan, but was born and raised in a Chinese home in Singapore. In this episode, he shares honestly about his faith journey, his calling, and how he ended up serving God in a foreign land. In the News The Underground Church in Iran is 1 Million Strong, […]
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September 14, 2020 44 min
Nate shares an interview with Pastor Kenneth Morikang who leads a ministry that connects with foreign college students who come to Bulgaria to study. In the News In Uganda, U.S. Missionary Accused of 105 Child Deaths Dissolves Charity In light of the article, here are five things Nate suggests for healthy global engagement: 1. Talk […]
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In this episode, Nate talks with Pastor Kenneth Morikang who was born in Cameroon and now resides in Bulgaria, leading a ministry to medical students. Kenneth talks about his call to ministry, living in Russia, Ukraine, and the Philippians. In the News Russian Evangelicals Fined for ‘Missionary Activity’ During Pandemic  
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