This morning’s paper carried a picture of a weather-beaten, dilapidated one-room school near here. It looked like it belonged in the Smithsonian. For years, no children have etched their names in the desks. For years, no teacher has cracked knuckles with a ruler. I know about such things, I started out in one of those schools.
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Do missionaries dance? Let me tell you about it. It was an unusual Sunday because Javier and Chelo Martinez had just finished building a new house.
Changes have to come not only in the churches, but among the missionaries as well.
One-sided nationalistic vision hinders global perspective and partnership in mission.
A case study shows how conditions in the chaotic Indonesian megacity of Bandung mitigated against a migrant Sundanese Christian family’s finding help during their daughter’s 18 month illness.
Missionary research is getting a bad name, especially as it relates to missionary kids (MKs).
This article is a response to the EMQ article, “About Research with MKs,” by David Wickstrom,” October 1994.
Survey reveals essential qualities for various positions.
It’s one of those projects that often gets put off until furlough looms. Or it’s a requirement of new missionaries who have so many other new and confusing tasks to accomplish.
Church life in North America is changing and some of these changes are welcome. Less welcome is the tendency for prayer meetings to get dropped because few attend.