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Died: David Hesselgrave, Scholar Who Made Missions Cross-Cultural
The Evangelical Missiological Society founder changed how we think of contextualizing the gospel.
HQ Trivial?Subscriber Access Only
Ministries find a central hub is less and less essential to taking the gospel global.
The Many Surprises of 20th-Century ChristianitySubscriber Access Only
Brian Stanley’s global history makes connections and draws lessons that others are apt to miss.
J. D. Greear Transformed His Church Through Missions. Can He Do the Same for the Southern Baptist Convention? Subscriber Access Only
The 45-year-old pastor and SBC presidential candidate wants to unite and rejuvenate the denomination by prioritizing evangelism.
Why You Can’t Just ‘Give Them the Gospel’Subscriber Access Only
Understanding the relationship between gospel and culture is vital for evangelism
Junk for Jesus
Scripture invites us to give our firstfruits, not our fourthfruits.
When the Rohingya Came, This Christian Hospital Was Ready
After decades shut out of refugee camps, medical missionaries in Bangladesh offer expert care to those who fled Myanmar.
Ralph Winter’s Missions Campus Secures a Buyer
Pasadena property of former US Center for World Mission will become an international boarding school, pending a final sale next year.
Getting Small Churches on Mission (Part 4)
More ways small churches can serve their communities
How the Philippines Became Catholic
The complex history behind Asia's most Christian country.
The Secrets to Graham’s Success
Five factors that show why the evangelist turned the world upside down.
David Platt Is Ready to Leave the IMB
After trying to both run a major missions agency and preach on Sundays, the local church won out.
Who Brought the Gospel to Korea? Koreans Did.
The spread of the gospel is usually attributed to foreign missionaries, but the story is different on this Asian peninsula.
Kenneth Pike and the Making of Wycliffe Bible Translators and SIL International
How a man rejected by the China Inland Mission became one of the most significant figures in modern missions.
Why Ralph Winter’s Missions Mobilizer Is Up for Sale
Shift in global evangelism prompts downsizing of US Center for World Mission’s famous Pasadena property—but not all alumni are ready to say goodbye.
Why I’ve Spent Half My Life Helping North Korea
Despite political and military tensions in the region, the director of Christian Friends of Korea is committed to medical ministry.
Why We Need to Talk about Trump’s Haiti Remarks
Christians can expand their compassion by looking at the deeper story of development and immigration.
How Gang Brutality and US Immigration Policies Threaten El Salvador’s Christians
Will the end of temporary protected status cut off funding for churches in one of the world’s most violent countries?
Cover Story: Lord of the NightSubscriber Access Only
In God there is no darkness, but in the darkness of the South Pole I found God everywhere.
Why the US Thinks Restricting International Adoptions Will Save ThemSubscriber Access Only
Experts debate State Department strategy to let the little children come less.
Top Story May 28, 2018
Memorial Day: For What Shall We Live?
Memorial Day: For What Shall We Live?
Whether we wear a uniform or not, we all have sacrificial service to offer.
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