We tend to ignore God’s revelation in nature, but general revelation is what makes the unreached accountable to God.
Though we cloak our idolatry of productivity with the best of intentions, God desires to work in us before working through us.
Pastors are more critical in the task of sending new missionaries than they realize, and it starts with bold preaching.
Many people become uncomfortable when the word “persuade” is used in reference to evangelism, but the concept is biblical.
ABWE’s new initiative expands beyond short-term and long-term to help spark a sending movement for a new generation.
Many young people who have a big-God theology also have a romanticized view of suffering, martyrdom, and missions.
Veteran missionary Brad Buser shares why language learning and patient leadership training is critical to tribal ministry.
When a subjective “call” to ministry is mistaken for a divine command, the result is unnecessary anxiety and guilt.
Tyler Betz always felt a tug to ministry, but he knew missions wasn’t for him—until he served short-term.
Conrad Mbewe shares why fixation on cultural divisions drives fissures into the church, especially in missions.
William Carey’s ministry teaches modern missionaries that the Bible, not emotions or experiences, shapes how we preach the gospel.
In an age where transience is normal, how can church planters endure for the long-haul? Veteran missionary Bob Trout shares.
Oftentimes when Christians throw around the word “calling,” they mean desire—and there’s an important difference.
Every Christian has to ask this question. And while it’s tempting to think that everyone should “go,” some should stay, and others should revitalize existing ministries.