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Why I’m Optimistic Amidst a Cultural Crisis
Hope never emerges from easy answers to the questions of a broken world. Hope comes from a Person.
Remembering Lamin Sanneh, the World’s Leading Expert on Christianity and Islam in Africa
Scholars explain how a convert “summoned from the margins” of The Gambia became a legend at Yale Divinity School for his curiosity, joy, and deep insights.
Missional Atrophy and the Thought Police
Is theological uniformity required in order to trust the missionary intentions of fellow kingdom laborers?
Urbana Faces the Challenge of Calling Gen Z to Missions
Despite its lowest attendance in decades, InterVarsity’s historic conference aims to combat student cynicism through scriptural hope.
Women in Missions Leadership Walk a TightropeSubscriber Access Only
Researcher Mary Lederleitner explores the confusions and frustrations they face.
Why Our Spiritual Gifts Might Not Be All That Spiritual
Spiritual gifts have little to do with innate personal strengths and far more to do with a yielded weakness.
Will John Chau Help or Harm Missions in India?
Two Indian missions experts weigh in on how the young American’s failed attempt will impact local efforts to reach Andaman tribes.
Beyond Disease Transmission: Evangelical Missions and the Consequences of Colonialism
It matters how the church enters a mission field.
John Chau, Missions, and Spreading Disease: What Do We Really Know?
An interview with experts.
John Chau, Missions, and Lessons to be Learned
There are things about Chau’s story that raise questions worth our consideration.
A Bible in One Hand, a Passport in the Other
What Christians gain from traveling the world.
John Chau, Missions, and Fools
We now have more information about John Chau, but mission work is still the work of fools.
What John Allen Chau’s Missions Agency Wants You to Know
The All Nations leader remembers the 26-year-old killed by the “world’s most isolated” tribe.
From Jim Elliot to John Allen Chau: The Missionary-Martyr Dilemma
The latest death on the mission field challenges the church to rethink a view of martyrdom as peak adventure.
Missionaries Live in Difficult Places, and They Need Your PrayersSubscriber Access Only
We're familiar with the idea of culture shock, but we often overlook the impact of culture stress.
US Missionary Killed by ‘World’s Most Isolated’ Tribe
John Allen Chau returned to the prohibited island even after being shot: “It's worth it to declare Jesus to these people.”
The Necessity of Teachability for Mission
The church needs a resurgence in teachability if we’re going to see a movement of evangelism in our day.
Violence Isn’t the Only Threat to Evangelism in Nigeria
The Anglican Archbishop of Jos discusses the gospel's endurance through intense persecution and casual indifference.
Preoccupied with Love: Introducing the Amplify 2019 North American Evangelism Conference
Instead of being preoccupied by problems, we can be preoccupied by the promise of redemption.
The One Thing Worse Than Being Spiritually Lost
But what could possibly be worse than being lost?
Self-Control, the Leader’s Make-or-Break Virtue
Self-Control, the Leader’s Make-or-Break Virtue
Is it possible to build willpower like a muscle?
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