Three Surveys of Aspiring Missionaries: Draws and Concerns in Deciding to Become a Long-term Missionary
by Megan R. Brown and John W. McVay
The LAUNCH Survey: Helpful and Hindering Factors for Launching into Long-term Missions
A few years ago the founder of our training program said, “We have a lot of people who come to us with a desire to serve God internationally, but not all end up overseas. How can we help people get to the mission field? What things are helpful? What things hinder? How can we help address these issues?” These simple questions led to a search for how to appropriately steward the gifts and resources of people God has called and support them all the way into long-term missions. Out of these simple questions, the LAUNCH Survey was born.
Growing Numbers Adopting Media Strategies to Make Disciples
The Vision: Leveraging Media to Start Disciple-Making Movements
Latin American Survey: Thirty Years Later
A profile of today’s missionary candidates could help mission agencies evaluate their policies for recruiting, selecting and placing missionaries in the field.
Tools for Listening: Quantitative and Qualitative
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?