When I hear the word "nomad," I first think of the Chevrolet Nomad of the 1950s.  I remember I had a purple Hot Wheels version of that vehicle.  But, that's not what we're talking about on today's Footsteps.  When today's guest, "Edwin," talks about nomads, he's referring to the people who roam about in the desserts and mountains of Central Asia.  The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines a nomad as: "a member of a people who have no fixed residence but move from place to place usually seasonally and within a well-defined territory."(1)  Since nomads are wandering, it's more difficult to engage in long-term ministry with them.  So, how do we reach this type of people with the Gospel?  Listen to Edwin's answer on today's program!

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1. Nomad, Merriam-Webster Dictionary, accessed October 17, 2018, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/nomad.





About The Author

Andy Napier

Andy Napier is the host and producer of TWR’s 2-minute daily feature called “Footsteps.” Previously, Andy served for 24 years with WMBW (Moody Radio Chattanooga, Tennessee) in several capacities including Program Director and Host of the Morning Program. Andy and his wife, Kathy, along with their two boys, Sam (13) and John Edward (10), made the move to North Carolina in October of 2013 to serve as missionaries with TWR.

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