I would like to propose a few important considerations that I have found helpful for long-term survival, that every thinking missionary should make a priority.
- Webinar: Four Global Trends Affecting World MissionThu Mar 21 2019, 02:00 pm EDT - 03:15 pm EDT
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Where did we get the notion that literacy is a prerequisite to understanding the Bible?
The author discusses whether or not there is a calling to missions.
In the late 1990s some GenXers who were serving God in various mission organizations found each other and began discussing their experiences and perceptions.
We would love to teach at an MK school,” the couple shared. “If it wasn’t for this support-raising thing. Why should we have to beg churches for money? It’s humiliating!”
From “Seized at Dawn” to “Going Home,” we walk and run with Gracia and Martin Burnham through the Philippine jungle for over a year.
Welcome to the information age. As the baby-boomer generation ages, my generation, Generation X, is beginning to establish itself as the next generation. So far this has not been a particularly comfortable passing of the baton.
How can we get more of those under age thirty involved in and committed to global, cross-cultural missions?
Missions may not be in their vocabulary, but students are searching for their “mission in life.”
Influenced by the times, mission agencies have come of age and require that their missionaries develop strategic plans.