Teach All Nations Mission (TAN) is a global evangelical educational ministry birthed from the teaching ministries of Delron and Peggy Shirley. The name Teach All Nations Mission was chosen to carefully indicate exactly what the heart of Delron and Peggy’s mission is.
TAN’s commitment is to establish a solid foundation in the national pastors and leaders so that they can help enrich the people. The vision is Christian teaching materials (in English and the local languages) in printed form and on audio and video, providing scholarships to Christian colleges and Bible schools for promising students, assisting in establishing and building of Bible schools, and broadcasting via the internet, radio, and television.
Articles and book excerpts from the teachings and mission adventures of Dr. Delron Shirley. Each article is always timely and thought-provoking as it uncovers insights into walking with God.
Monthly Mission Report November 2018
The Teach All Nations team — consisting of Fred Taylor, Terence Tan, Julie Mapatano, and me – began our ministry in Kenya by dividing into teams to ministry in two different churches on our first day in the African nation followed by an afternoon teaching meeting with the people who are part of the Nairobi Charis Bibles Studies group. The pastor of the church where Fred and I ministered is the bishop over about a hundred churches. When the people came forward for prayer at the end of the service, one young man was slain in Spirit and knocked down like he had been hit by a football tackler when I touched him. There were no catchers; so, he crashed into the girl behind him and knocked her down. She was also overwhelmed with anointing.
Monthly Meditation November 2018
I had the privilege of visiting the African nation of Zambia during the time that it was rewriting its constitution. One of the issues on the table was the question as to whether the constitution should declare the country to be a Christian nation. Although several countries recognize an official state church, Zambia was the only nation in the world whose constitution formally declared the country a Christian nation; but now with the rewriting of the constitution, there was a strong move afoot to list the country as a secular nation. Since my host in the country was a delegate on the committee to word the clause in the new constitution that would either uphold the nation’s previous status or revise it, I was asked to give my input. In fact, I was actually asked to give my feelings during a live national television interview, and I followed up by giving a full message on the topic during the Sunday morning service at his church.