When we moved to Indonesia in 1996, the exchange rate was about 2,300 rupiah (Rp.) to the US dollar. Despite our lower-middle class upbringing in the Midwest, we became instant millionaires.
- Webinar: The People Group Paradigm in 2020: Relevant for Today, Relic from the Past or Something in Between?Thu Jan 9 2020, 02:00pm EST - 03:15pm EST
- Webinar: Reading in 360 DegreesThu Jan 23 2020, 02:00pm EST - 03:15pm EST
- Emerging Leaders TrainingMon Feb 3 2020, 05:30pm EST - Thu Feb 6 2020, 03:00pm EST
- A Consultation on Mission Agency Church Engagement: A Missiological
Reflection and Practical ApplicationMon Feb 10 2020, 08:30am EST - Tue Feb 11 2020, 04:30pm EST
- Webinar: Frontier People Groups: Clarifying the Remaining Pioneering Mission TaskThu Feb 20 2020, 02:00pm EST - 03:15pm EST
Theological method is one of the most subtle and difficult of theological issues.
God brings about transformation in individuals, families, communities and nations where local churches understand and respond to his full intentions. Too often, however, transformation has not followed evangelism and church planting because Christians miss God’s intentions.
Twenty years ago, I had cancer. Chemotherapy brought me to the brink of death. After receiving a transfusion, a single question burned within me: If I died right now, would my Christian media production work make a difference?
Keys to an effective non-formal training event.
Perhaps no other topic has generated more recent interest—not to mention heat, light, and storms!—among missionaries than contextualizing the Christian faith in Islamic settings.
Avram has brought together twelve prominent scholars to discuss the theological implications of current political rhetoric, policy, leadership and international relations.
Awake Africa I read “Awake Africa” nodding in recognition of well-intentioned but inappropriate generosity.
This book is a compendium of the papers presented at the 2002 EMS/IFMA annual conference. The theme of the conference was “Encountering World Religions.”
Actions really do speak louder than words—especially for first-term missionaries tongue-tied with learning a new language and adapting to a culture.