Missiologists take a hard look at reasons for gospel resistance.
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Few things stir the soul like being part of a major mobilization for a grand and worthy cause. The heart beats strong, excitement tinges the air, and the mind is wonderfully focused.
The supreme purpose of human history is the calling out and perfecting of the Bride of our Lord Jesus Christ. The church is the masterpiece of God’s wisdom.
Our preference for methods and numbers over content may be watering down the gospel we take to the nations.
Churches and agencies should consider taking a closer look at the track record of the people they send to plant churches or train national church planters.
Three temptations the church faces—and why we resist them.
When families back home face difficulty, missionaries overseas want to know.
Clashes between modern and traditional ways of life are occurring all across Africa today.
The wisdom of supporting national pastors with mission funds has been debated for many years.
This article is a response to “When the Mission Pays the Pastor” by Wayne Allen, April 1998 EMQ.