When John lost one of his own disciples to Jesus, he was elated, not deflated. We must share the same focus.
Raise Clark, missionary to Hungary, explains how God led her to go—and her local church to affirm her calling.
We can begin to contextualize the gospel by starting on common ground with the problem of suffering.
Should Chau be lionized as an heroic Christian martyr, or should his memory be pilloried as a reckless, colonizing zealot?
When all our missionary rally-cries are guilt-based and not grace-grounded, the result is a tired, small, weakened labor force.
How do we really know how many unreached people groups there are—and is that the thing we should be counting, anyway?
The San Francisco Bay Area is truly a mission field—not only as a place to engage secularism, but to find unreached migrant communities.
The constant risk of mission drift means we can’t take the centrality of the gospel for granted—even in missions.
What can John Chau teach the church and the broader Western culture which condemns conversionary missions altogether as mere colonialism?
Dr. Jason Duesing of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary explains how to have “mere hope” in an outrage-fueled society.
Marvin Brubacher of MentorLink explains the critical impact of one-on-one leadership development in cross-cultural ministry.
Travis Myers from Bethlehem College and Seminary shares lessons from the man behind the man behind modern missions.
The early 2000’s wasn’t an ideal time to visit the Middle East. But that’s when Justin, the son of a Kansas farmer, found himself called.
ABWE national partner Smita Singh explains the intersection between evangelism, human trafficking ministry, and trauma counseling in Kolkata.
How should missionaries think about economics when they see poverty, corruption, or systemic injustices? Matthew Arbo answers.
Some people have heard of William Carey, father of the modern missionary movement. Fewer have heard of his pastor.