A practical guidebook for those who will start a church.
The state of missions engagement among evangelical churches in North America is changing.
Peterson, Aeschliman and Sneed take the whole wild and woolly world of short-term missions (STM) and define, defend, and redesign it.
The world of evangelists and missionaries is beset by golden keys of various shapes and sizes. They offer short cuts to success. This article attempts to put some of these keys into perspective.
Daniel Rickett examines partnerships between Western churches and their international counterparts.
Asia, with some 3.7 billion people and less than nine percent of whom are Christians, clearly needs the gospel. But we cannot go on doing things in the same old manner. What then is the way forward? For what it is worth, here are some thoughts on the matter.
The late Lesslie Newbigin (1909-1998) was one of the most important and influential missionary-theologians of the twentieth century. We are grateful to Wainwright and his publishers for bringing to light these lectures and doing such a fine job of introduction, redaction, and publication.
Today, I am concerned for missionaries in service-type ministries who must satisfy supporting churches and justify their financial support by adding on a church planting activity to an already busy schedule.
Several years ago I sat in a class taught by Paul Hiebert as he pled for missionaries in a global era to recognize that emerging churches around the world should not just be self-governing, self-supporting, and self-propagating, but should also be self-theologizing.
As a missionary I often struggle with the task of writing prayer letters that creatively communicate the very real needs that my family and I face.