Seminary training helped Lucho plant a church, but continued discipleship from missionaries saved his marriage.
How much danger could there be in conferences, short-term trips, and youth worship culture? Much. IMB mobilizer Lori McDaniel explains.
Guilt manipulation is everywhere, especially in the realm of missions. But the Apostle Paul calls us to higher motives.
When people aren’t responding to the gospel, it’s easy to question whether or not the word of God is sufficient.
71% of missionaries who return home each year leave the field for preventable reasons. Is team conflict the reason why?
Many Christians think they have to choose between relational evangelism and initial-contact evangelism, but the dichotomy is false.
In some missions contexts, the spiritual darkness is thick enough to feel. What does the Bible tell missionaries about these “principalities and powers”?
Learning a new culture and doing evangelism is hard. But for a missionary, the most important work—and sometimes most difficult—is worship.
Dan Nichols of Restored Church in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, explains why church planting isn’t just for overseas.
Reformation and missions go hand-in-hand. If we do not strengthen churches at home, we will undermine the gospel abroad.
We are dependent upon God to bless our efforts. But churches in pursuit of the Great Commission can leave nothing to chance.
The presence of Islam in North America is a lightning-rod issue. Micah Fries explains how we can separate our missional mandate from the politics.