An Indian Christian philosopher explains why discipling the nations means more than evangelism alone.
Jonathan Edwards believed that God’s promises of revival depended on the prayers of his people. What are we waiting for?
A Ukrainian refugee pastor and a missionary to Poland explain the unique dynamics of pastoring displaced believers.
We must prioritize biblical faithfulness over pragmatism when determining our missiological methods.
Dr. Cheryl Winget shares insights for missionary parents discipling and educating their children abroad.
Evangelism doesn’t have to be intimidating if we have a proper understanding of what it is and follow these New Testament examples.
In a rapidly secularizing world, the word “missionary” has many layers of meaning. Should Christian workers wear the title proudly?
We must boldly go to the 7,000 people groups with no gospel witness—and these steps will help us determine where to start.