Frank Severn, general director of Send International, Farmington, Mich., commissioned three members to submit papers on the new generation of missionaries to the mission’s International Council. Frank Allen compiled the substance of their papers for this summary report.—Eds.
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Whether we do village or urban evangelism, rural development or medical missions, our work flows out of a philosophy of communication.
A tongue-in-cheek look at missionary fundraising.
In 1983, the Philippine Baptist Mission began a pilot project in primary health care to see if we could come up with a church-planting strategy.
Reports from around the world.
Some ideas that will help us to be more effective in communicating the gospel to Muslims.
Today’s missionary candidates bring new family expectations to cross-cultural missions. The question we must ask, though, is whether their expectations are biblical or simply cultural.
Dramatic political changes in the Soviet Union are having an unprecedented impact on the churches there as well as in other Eastern European countries.
The maturation of baby boomer missionaries has sparked not only new spheres of ministry but also new types of ministry.