Jews who believe in Jesus have been the perennial Rodney Dangerfields of evangelical Christianity—they get no respect. Their nonbelieving Jewish brethren have long denied their very existence. In recent years, as their growing numbers have been impossible to deny, they have been excoriated as Jewish heretics.
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Cuba is the only country in the Western Hemisphere closed to resident foreign missionaries.
Field-based research on Venezuelan cultural presuppositions.
How can I help people whose dignity and potential are being denied them because of dependency arising from paternalistic giving?
Three principal areas to look at when talking about mobilizing Christian Africa to touch the world for Christ.
I am a third-generation missionary. My grandmother rode yaks in Tibet. And my mother rode jeeps in Indonesia. Missions is in my blood, a heritage I wish to pass on to my three daughters. Women did as much, went as far, and died on the fields as often as their male missionary peers.
A neutral term I have coined, “missiocracy,” means simply the rule or governance of missions.
Hats off to the World Evangelical Fellowship for mobilizing evangelical churches the world over to pray for persecuted Christians. Last September 29, according to WEF estimates, Christians in some 150,000 churches from 117 countries rose up to pray for their persecuted brothers and sisters.
Balancing family and ministry is a continual challenge for all married missionaries (men, too!). For me, two things have been key—priorities and discipline.
The process of understanding the differences between missionary generations and identifying the changes that the Boomers and Busters have encouraged yields several recommendations for the missions community.