For one teenage missionary, interacting with unreached and unseen girls highlights the importance of introducing the “God who sees” to the lost and hurting.
A New Testament scholar explains what Jesus’ present reign means for cross-cultural workers across the globe.
The exponential increase in the LGBTQ community is an opportunity to engage our neighbors with the gospel.
Examining the American church through a missionary lens can help us better display the beauty of the gospel to a watching world.
One missiologist shares his reasons why he believes we have misunderstood aspects of Christ’s death on the cross.
We can follow Christ’s instruction to pray for more laborers for his harvest fields in these specific ways.
Caring for missionaries includes offering compassionate support and resources for facing mental health struggles.
Two years of conflict have left Myanmar in crisis—but doors are open for indigenous believers to share the gospel.
Missionary and author Brad Vaughn shares his perspective on honor, shame, and how we present the gospel.
Healthy short-term missions trips can produce long-term impact on the field and transform participants.
When we look at world events with missionary eyes, we realize we’re in a cosmic battle for the souls of nations.
Before we can serve God on mission, we must recognize that he did for us what we never could do for ourselves.