God provided an open door to Cole and Debbie after years of persistent pursue of missions.
Without sacrificing the gospel or the marks of a true church, we must be willing to celebrate the growth of the Christian movement worldwide.
Are DMM and CPM built on bad theology, or are the critics just quenching the Spirit? Glenn Sunshine offers a counter perspective.
Busy pastors shouldn’t be afraid to spur the people they lead to give sacrificially and generously towards missions.
Although many consider Latin America largely “reached,” the work of gospel-saturation and discipleship is critically far from complete.
While Insider Movement practitioners desire to see the gospel spread, their methods fall dangerously short of biblically faithful missiology.
Raising financial support presents missionaries with countless temptations to sell out. Don’t give in.
Chris Wiley explains why the household isn’t just something to be sacrificed but actually cultivated in the name of missions.
The history of the Haystack Prayer Meeting reminds us that God accomplishes massive things through ordinary means.
While there is overlap between Christianity and Islam in key areas, the missionary must recognize the critical differences.
Zane Pratt explains why our theological heritage is a gift to share on the mission field—not baggage from which to rid ourselves.