We often think God’s heart for the nations begins in the New Testament—but it starts from the earliest pages of Genesis.
The Great Commission depends upon Bible translation. But can translation happen both quickly and accurately?
When most of us think of “church,” what we’re really imagining is American church. There is much we can learn from believers in Africa.
We often define the missionary “calling” as something unknowable and ephemeral, but it’s actually quite concrete.
For Muslims, the Qur’an is a book providing guidance—but for Christians, the Bible has more than guidance: good news.
The life of this missionary in Cambodia proves that there are still men willing to take risks for the glory of Christ.
The word “committee,” applied to your church’s missions team, doesn’t have to imply bureaucracy, bloat, or pointless meetings.
Apologetics isn’t just for the Christian talking to the atheist on the street—it’s for the pioneer missionary on the field too.
Although it’s convenient to stress the similarities between Christianity and Islam, missionaries equating Abraham with Ibrahim should exercise caution.
For twelve years, Komna shouted Arabic words from a minaret he didn’t understand—until a hospital visit led him to a missionary.