The use of psychological knowledge in the cause of missions is a fact of life.
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by David J. Hesselgrave In my part of the country, a sure-fire way to get either a frown or a question about the Lord’s leading is to announce that you have a winter quarter lecture series in Florida or on the West Coast. You can imagine the response when, as was my case, I had . . . read more
I am very relieved and very delighted at the upbeat new purpose that is surfacing in the AEPM.
An Interview with Howard Whaley.
We can’t look the other way when divorced persons apply for missionary service.
The late seventies and early eighties have seen a rising tide of divorce and remarriage in western Christendom. There is evidence to suggest that this will be a continuing trend through the rest of this century.
Promoting the good news of Jesus Christ cross-culturally requires the development of both skills and sensitivities.
The center for missions sending agencies is shifting from North America and Western Europe to Asia, Latin America, and Africa.
It’s easy to get sentimental when writing about great missionaries of the past. Although Hudson Taylor was a product of Victorian perspectives, his life and ministry speak to a wide number of our concerns.
“We desperately need leadership in our church.” How often have missionaries uttered this lament? It was certainly among my first during my first-term in Colombia.