Missionary Ted Veer is a great story teller. He was saved in 1941 and went to the mission field in 1955. He served as a missionary in Ethiopia from 1955 until 1976. I just loved getting to talk to him, and you will love the story of this Missionary on Fire.
But first, let me welcome you back to Missionary on Fire. I am your host Missionary Joe Consford, and this is the show where we introduce you to missionaries who are on fire for the Lord. One thing I love to point out is that quote by Charles Spurgeon, “Every Christian is ether a missionary or an imposter!”
The first article in our series of Missionary on Fire School of Missions has been published . I hope you will come and learn about missions with me and get involved in the conversations in the comments section below each article. The list of all of the articles will be found at MissionaryOnFire.com/SchoolOfMissions. We all have so much to learn! If you have an idea for an article and you would like to be a guest writer on this blog, then go to MissionaryOnFire.com/guestpost to find out more.
I hope you enjoy this conversation with Missionary Ted Veer.
Thank you for taking the time to listen to Missionary on Fire this week. If you could take a moment to leave a comment about how this week’s missionary testimony has blessed you, I would greatly appreciate it. To leave a comment on this week’s episode, go to MissionaryOnFire.com/024 , scroll down to the bottom, and leave your comment there. If you would rather leave the comment on Facebook, you can visit MissionaryOnFire.com/facebook. If you use twitter, I have already set up a great tweet for you; all you have to do is go to MissionaryOnFre.com/tweet , and there is a tweet ready for you to send. If you prefer to send a good old e-mail, the address is firstname.lastname@example.org. I cannot wait to hear from you!
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Don’t forget about Joe’s Podcast; go to MissionaryOnFire.com/joespodcast. In Joe’s Podcast, our goal is to help you build a better relationship with us as missionaries. You can call and ask questions on our voice mail; we will play that recording and answer your question in one of the upcoming episodes. If you play one of our episodes in your Sunday School class and then have your students ask questions on our voice mail, then you can play the answers in your class and the students will hear their voice and my answer to their question. It goes a long way to help children get a burden for missions when a missionary takes time to answer their questions. Try it out and see what I am talking about! The voice mail number is (936) 553-5234, or if you prefer to send your question by e-mail, the address is email@example.com.
That brings us to the end of this week’s episode of Missionary on Fire. From our mission field to your mission field, have a great week and God bless!