In a day when the church needs to catch a renewed vision for world missions, John Piper’s book Let the Nations Be Glad! is a breath of fresh air. In typical fashion, Piper pleads for the church to catch a God-centered vision for engaging in global outreach. His premise throughout the book is that missions exists because worship doesn’t. In other words, we must zealously proclaim the Gospel around the world through missions SO THAT people from every tribe, tongue, people, and nation will worship our great God and Savior. As Piper writes, “[Worship is]…the goal of missions because in missions we simply aim to bring the nations into the white-hot enjoyment of God’s glory.” Such is our desire at Maranatha Bible Church – to be a church that wins the lost to Christ both locally and globally that they may enjoy God. If you find that your heart is cold to global missions, then this book will serve as the kindling to enflame your heart for it once again.