Category Archives: St. Patrick

Learning from St. Patrick

Rev. Dr. Peter Meier, the Executive Director of Center for US Missions, discusses the impact St. Patrick has, and still has, on mission methodologies in the most recent edition of “Mission Moments.” Meier writes, How will you celebrate St. Patrick’s … Continue reading

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St. Patrick: One of the Greatest Missionaries of All Time

When you hear the name of St. Patrick, what comes to mind? Green beer? … Leprachans … four leaf clovers?  St. Patrick is one of the greatest missionaries in the history of the Christian church! Patrick, though not an Irish … Continue reading

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“The Mission Methods of St. Patrick” by Peter Meier

St. Patrick is one of the greatest Christian missionaries in the history of the Christian church.  Dr. Peter Meier of the Center for United States Missions has authored an interesting article on “The Mission Methods of St. Patrick.”  Make sure … Continue reading

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Christ Be Beside Me (Adapted from St. Patrick’s “Breastplate”)

In honour of St. Patrick, one of the great Christian missionaries, who heard Christ’s call to “Go!” and he went! The following song is based on St. Patrick’s “Breastplate.”

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St. Patrick, the Celtic Monastic Missionaries and Guinness Beer: The Luck of the Irish or Divine Providence?

Dr. Glenn Schaeffer says, “Within 10 years of Paul’s start from Antioch he told the Romans that he had ‘fully preached the Gospel of Christ from Jerusalem and around about Illyricum (Romans 15:19) and that “there is no more place … Continue reading

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St. Patrick: One of the Greatest Missionaries of All Time

When you hear the name of St. Patrick, what comes to mind? Green beer? … Leprachans … four leaf clovers?  St. Patrick is one of the greatest missionaries in the history of the Christian church! Patrick, though not an Irish … Continue reading

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