As a church planting missionary, I have made a remarkable observation. Lost people, without Christ and without hope in this world, have a much better chance of hearing the gospel of saving grace from a missionary if they live near an international school.
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In God is at Work Ken Eldred calls evangelicals to develop a new view of God’s purpose for business as a vehicle for holistically enhancing the kingdom. The global Church underutilizes business to the detriment of both.
Most successful businesses have clearly articulated their mission and vision statements. Most have also implemented a strategic plan that will help accomplish their organization’s mission and vision. The Church has had a vision statement for over two thousand years.
The issue of evangelizing non-Christian peoples has become one of the most controversial practices in our pluralistic world today. Is it appropriate to engage in evangelism in this diverse, multicultural twenty-first century? Is it insensitive?
A veteran missions director shares six challenges the North American Church faces concerning world missions—and how to deal with these challenges.
“So, what’s your view on the Messianic movement?” This loaded question is likely to elicit answers as varied as the respondents.
The 2004 Accra Trauma Healing Workshop brought healing to many African leaders. Two years later, the results are impacting others as well.
Are the innovative expressions of church and worship emerging across the globe “out of bounds?” No, says Steve Taylor who takes his readers on a global journey to the edges of the church.
The pace of mission is characterized as much by waiting as it is by going.
The greatest weapon of mass destruction? It’s poverty, says David Befus. And the best way to fight it is with business.