The Bible never gives an example of a specific vocational “call” for ordinary Christians to identify themselves with an occupation or work.
In ministry, we often think fast results are best. But Scripture compares the righteous to slowly-growing trees and the wicked to quickly-fading grass.
What’s most disturbing about returning from Africa isn’t just the consumerism in American culture, but the consumerism within the American church.
Has the constant drumbeat of being radical, crazy, and missional actually hurt the ordinary work of missions in the church? Dr. Michael Horton explains.
Short-term missions doesn’t have to hurt nationals or be the enemy of long-term impact. But to realize this, we must change our approach.
Consider seven reasons why working overseas can open gospel doors usually shut for traditional missionaries.
In our quest for justice, have we forgotten about the issue of gospel access? Chad Vegas, pastor and founder of Radius International, answers.
Reeanna from Trinidad shares how God brought her from a hopeless spiral of depression to humble service to Christ.
Missionary life reveals that the self-help approach to identity isn’t just misguided; it’s a false gospel.
Longevity in ministry as a missionary, church planter, or pastor should be the rule, not the exception.
Cultural Christians are everywhere—from mainline churches to the Bible belt. But the issue is an evangelistic issue, not just a discipleship one.
Thad Bergmeier explains how churches in North America can measure local lostness and the spiritual health of their church body.
What is an insider movement, and does the Bible support it as a strategy for spreading the gospel in hostile places?
Modeling healthy leadership in cross-cultural church planting starts with recognizing that the church belongs not to the missionary but to God.
When Christians are publicly persecuted, God is preparing to publicly vindicate them before the world’s watching nations.
Dr. Kenneth Nehrbass of Biola University explains the connections between global cultures and the image of God.