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Learning to Love Modern Day Lepers
As Christian doctors and development workers take on tuberculosis, trust is key to the cure.
Five Churches that Shouldn’t Reproduce
There is legitimate reason to caution against a universal plea toward blind reproduction.
Making Missions Count: How a Major Database Tracked Thailand’s Church-Planting Revival Subscriber access only
A movement in Southeast Asia shows how real-time reporting is building Great Commission connections.
How Secularity Will Advance the Gospel of the Kingdom
Religious pluralism has provided space for the Gospel to be heard.
Why We Need a Church Planting Manifesto
The Send Institute has formulated a manifesto to serve as a rallying point for God’s church to effectively honor him in his kingdom advance.
Gospel for Asia Settles Lawsuit with $37 Million Refund to Donors
Major ministry ends class action with no acknowledgment of guilt and gives board seat to plaintiff.
One-on-One with Russell Jeung on Emerging Adults in the Church
“This generation is less likely to affiliate with established religious groupings than previous ones, even if they do have a sense of spirituality.”
Seven Benefits to the Coming Opposition
The power of God’s kingdom flows exclusively through yielded human weakness.
Missionary Opponents Misunderstand the Waorani Mission. So Do Evangelicals. Subscriber access only
Some revere Jim Elliot and his friends as martyrs. Others revile them as oppressors. Both sides have an incomplete picture.
Hashtag Missions: How Social Media Is Reshaping Conferences Subscriber access only
Gen Z’s digital natives bring followers along for the experience.
Why a Compassionate Baptist Pastor Led a Revolution
John Chilembwe’s revolt against colonial Britain failed, but he is still hailed as a hero in Malawi.
Why Christians Won’t Work Together
In the majority of locales across North America, one will often find collegiality among pastors, but rarely solidarity.
Releasing Resources: Diaspora & Dollars
Affirmed and motivated, the diaspora Christians can be major contributors in supporting the global mission enterprise.
Brazil Investigates If US Missionary Encroached on Isolated Amazon Tribe
The South American rainforest is home to a majority of the uncontacted indigenous groups left on earth.
The Advantage of Being a Minority: An Immigrant’s Missional Narrative
In God’s kingdom, a person becomes weak in order for their life to help others.
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.
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.
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