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.
In a risk-averse culture, missionaries are tempted to withdraw into their screens. The solution is to be transfixed on a greater glory.
In times of tumult, it’s tempting to say ‘no’ to the dangers and discomforts of global missions. But William Carey’s example teaches us otherwise.
Is one of Europe’s most secularized countries seeing the seeds of revival? ABWE missionary Nahum O’Brien answers.
This ABWE leader in South Asia learned that, in times of crisis, leaders in missions must lean in and be present—even when human wisdom says to leave.
Missiologist Dr. John Morgan explains why the medical world’s use of evidence might be a helpful tool for missiologists.
Christians must be willing to walk fellow believers who grew up in different religious contexts through the challenges posed by their upbringing.
In an island setting, lots of important goods are imported. But the church cannot afford to simply import all of its theology.
The work of mission has never seemed harder. What power has God given the church to discharge its task?