When young missionaries head to the field, how do they balance financial and family needs? This article discusses one creative approach—the Army Reserve Chaplaincy. My family headed to the mission field nearly 30 years ago, trusting God for retirement and health coverage. We shopped for an agency that would get us to the field fast . . . read more
- Webinar: Crisis Management and Legal Liability in Global MissionsThu Jan 11 2018, 02:00 pm EST - 03:15 pm EST
- Webinar: Detecting and Preventing Mission FraudThu Jan 18 2018, 02:00 pm EST - 03:15 pm EST
- Webinar: Five Types of Strategies for Missions OrganizationsThu Feb 1 2018, 02:00 pm EST - 03:15 pm EST
- Leadership Pathways for Women, Part 3Fri Feb 2 2018 - Fri Feb 9 2018
As Boa offers a guide to practicing the presence of God, he offers biblical foundations and historical examples of walking with God and abiding in his presence.
It’s a wonderful day when someone new joins your staff. Perhaps they are a recent college graduate. Maybe it’s someone more seasoned in life, who recently left a successful marketplace job because of God’s clear calling to share in your vital vision as their full-time vocation. At some point there is a crystallized moment where . . . read more
Acuff ties an inability to finish with perfectionism. Much of the book unpacks how perfectionism exhibits itself and keeps us from being finishers.
By Dr. Ramesh Richard Over its first 1,300 years, “Christianity” increasingly separated from the Bible and developed a salvation grammar of its own. The Faith dislodged itself from the parameters of the Scripture’s epistemological (i.e., how we know what we know) foundation. The nouns of salvation were the same—grace, faith, works—except their meaning had . . . read more
Twenty-five to thirty percent of all donations occur at the end of the year. Did you hear that?! During November and December people give over and above. This is true for your ministry partners too. Since they are already invested in you and your ministry, it is highly likely they would prefer to give to . . . read more
Tune in as Ted discusses children’s ministry with Jim Rosene of Kids Around the World.
Missio Nexus welcomes a new member: Grace Chapel. Missions and Evangelism in the Local Church Sharing Christ with our neighbor wherever they are in the world is at the heart of missions and evangelism. Our neighbor can be found next door or down the street; at work, school, or simply a friend. Our neighbor may share . . . read more
By Mark Stebbins “…I remind you to fan into flame the gift of God….” II Tim 1:6 Why Collaborate? The scriptures trumpet the heart of God to rally His people to be on the move for Him, for His larger purposes, and for His greater joy and glory. The taking of the promised land, the . . . read more
The recent release of the North American Mission Handbook includes data on both staffing and finances for agencies in the US and Canada. As a collective, agencies have remained stable in their sending of missionaries and finances. As can be expected, there were significant changes within individual organizations. This new Missiographic provides an overview of the current status of staffing and finances for the North American movement.