What Happened at Urbana— its Meaning for Missions
Missionaries at Urbana 76 found a new mood among college students regarding missions. The convention’s director looks at reasons for the trend and tells what it means for the future of mission boards.
International Students in China: Who Will Reach This Vast and Strategic Yet Invisible Group?
Wearing her hijab, “Mounia” from Yemen heard the gospel and felt the love of God in our international church because of her Rwandan classmate’s invitation and her husband’s permission. Without Arabic or visa for Yemen, instead of flying to Sana’a, we walked two meters to welcome her. From a country with 0.03% evangelicals, could she take the gospel back home?
The World’s Students Find a Mission in Life
Missions may not be in their vocabulary, but students are searching for their “mission in life.”
How to Close the Gap between Students and Missionaries
Do students have anything to offer missions in the 1970s? Some missionaries wonder if this generation can be used in missionary service.
The Introduction to Missions Course: How to Prepare ‘World’ Christians
Too often a student’s minimal exposure to missions results in stereotypes and myths about the mission of the church that must be corrected by a sensitive guide and direct experience.