Drawing on my field research, I wanted to create a definition of goals for BAM activities and begin the process of identifying concepts for a measure of spiritual transformation.
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This story takes place a few years back just before the earthquake in the country of Haiti, a land rife with political upheaval and difficulties. Drug trafficking and gang activity have been a part of the complicated mix of problems for many years.
Over a recent two-year period, the participants in IMKEC developed an initial statement of best practices for MK education, and in a third year, followed up with specifics on several recommended practices.
It took four days, three ferries, two motorbikes, and a giant motorized canoe to reach an island community of fishermen and pearl farmers.
If your missions program is struggling and young families are sneaking off for brunch on Missions Sunday, here are five suggestions that just might breathe new life into your missions ministry.
Why are we here, and how will God use a veterinarian and teacher in what he is doing in Mongolia? was the question ringing in our heads. We were to learn that credentials were not a priority with God.
What is the role of prayer and spiritual discernment as we look to the future of our organizations? How does engagement with scripture inform not only our mission, but also our plans and strategies to achieve that mission?
Church planting is the fastest way to evangelize! I knew this for decades, but this evening I saw it with my own eyes.
Whether we reenter from a long assignment abroad, a short-term mission trip, a week of vacation, or even a conference, we need to know how to reenter well. Reentry is an often overlooked part of the transition process.
The visitor responded, “Usually I go to church on Saturdays.” Without asking which church he used to attend, I asked, “Which story in the Bible do you like best?” He turned to ask his wife. “Many,” she responded.