The gospel applies to all people groups without favoritism or distinction.
Listening to missionaries share their ministry is a vital part of the sending process. These nine ideas will help supporters listen well.
Parents can be one of the greatest obstacles to missions—or they can embrace their commission from God as proactive senders, releasing their children into the harvest.
The example of Paul and Barnabas provides an essential missions strategy: pioneering missions through discipleship-oriented teams.
Clinging to these 10 truths will help reorient our days and recalibrate our feelings amid the chaos of troubled times.
One of the most important skills for ministry is how to collaborate with other believers, serving Christ together in unity.
Service in global missions and service to the local church aren’t opposed to each other—or at least they shouldn’t be.
Short-term missions trips have vast potential as a ministry tool if they maximize benefits and avoid common pitfalls.
As the war continues, families in Ukraine witness the power of God through answered prayers and transformed lives.