Perhaps the key to reaching out to America’s newest and largest generation is to think missiologically.
We can become so focused on living out our individual faith at home that we forget that God’s mission extends to all the nations.
Church leaders shouldn’t assume that they will always share the same values as potential overseas partners.
When discouragement in cross-cultural ministry sets in, we must remember that we have been called into spiritual combat.
While most resolutions are forgotten by February, a commitment to pray for laborers could revolutionize your church.
In this throwback podcast episode, authors Matthew Ellison and Denny Spitters explain why if everything is missions, nothing is.
Quality time over Christmastime can be the social glue that makes real gospel conversations possible.
Isaiah 9 says “the government” will be upon Jesus’ shoulders. What does this “Christmas verse” have to do with missions?
A successful approach to global missions begins not with a change in technique, but with a shift in perspective.
Awana missionary Taylor Lassiter believes that sharing the gospel with children can revolutionize cross-cultural church planting.