In the middle of the ocean, a professor gives a powerful reminder of a foundational truth in the gospel.
Are secular social theories affecting the way Christian approach global missions? Neil Shenvi shares his perspective in this exclusive interview.
The gospel is a picture of justice as well as love and mercy, and it empowered one man to change the hearts of a nation.
Healthy local congregations aren’t a “Western” form imposed on the mission field—they are indispensable to God’s global goal of worship.
In this interview, Jonathan Arnold explains how we can study missions history without falling into the pitfalls of iconoclasm or hero-worship.
Pastors and church leaders cannot afford to create a false dichotomy between work in reached and unreached contexts.
No, “catholicity” doesn’t mean “Roman Catholic”—and when we understand this term rightly, we’ll see more of what God is doing in the world of missions.
On August 4, the world was rocked by news of two fatal explosions in Beirut. Pierre Rashad Houssney shares how is the church responding and what it matters.
In tumultuous days, it’s critical we remember that the outcome of the church’s mission is secured by the promises of God.
Modern missiologists often force missionaries to choose between a “guilt-innocence” gospel and an “honor-shame” message. But guilt and shame are interconnected.