In most of my conversations with missionaries, one particular dilemma always seems to come up—how to keep up with correspondence.
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I will share some patterns from the 886 surveys taken at four different fairs in 1992, with the hope that something may be useful to people starting out in ministry to New Agers.
Contrary to some popular teaching, spiritual mapping does not depend on territorial spirits. By definition, proper spiritual mapping looks at the world with spiritual eyes to see spiritual realities.
When This Present Darkness, the first of Frank Peretti’s novels on spiritual warfare, hit the streets in 1986, its reception was phenomenal. It represented an imaginative and entertaining new kind of writing, tackling some of theology’s most high-interest “missing links” through the medium of the novel.
Over the past 30 years or so I have sat on the boards of six mission agencies. How this multifaceted verb came to be used for serving on boards of directors I’ll never know, but it is exquisitely appropriate, considering the innumerable hours members spend sitting through meetings.
A new theology of the unseen world is making a huge impact on strategies for world missions and evangelization.
Last week I wrote a reference for a missionary couple. Their home church wanted to know SIM’s predictable and measurable goals for their ministry and wanted to know whether the missionaries had achieved these goals.