ABWE Vice President John Taylor explains how we can help nationals on the field financially without building unhealthy dependency.
Conrad Mbewe discusses the challenges facing the African church and how injecting rich historical theology can help.
Tentmaking. Platform. BAM. Are these models of ministry practical? Scott Dunford shares pros, cons, and strategies for disciple-makers.
ABWE missionary Jenn DeKryger shares how God used the tragic death of her husband to open doors for the gospel among Muslims in West Africa.
Witchcraft doesn’t just appeal to African traditional religionists—it’s hiding in the Togolese church, too, according to Dr. John Morgan’s research.
Most agree that William Carey was the “father” of modern missions, but who was its “mother?” Lucy Peabody may be one such candidate.
Few of us would say we’ve mastered the spiritual disciplines, especially prayer and evangelism. Pastor Josh Daggett shares encouragements for those struggling.
Ethnic tensions threaten South African churches, but multiethnic church planting efforts are bringing healing to a divided culture.
Systematic theology is important, but doesn’t always translate properly across cultures. Chris Bruno shares another way.
ABWE President Paul Davis explains why only a “big God” theology can compel unbelievers to repent and believers to go.
Persecution is rising. What is God up to in China? Steve Schirmer, president of Silk Road Catalyst, answers.
Disciple-making movements are reporting massive global church growth. Are these movements healthy? IMB Vice President Zane Pratt answers.
Should churches aim to be multiethnic, or should we stick to the homogenous unit principle inherited from missiologists?