A missionary RN writes a letter to a young girl she hopes to see in heaven.
What does leadership have to do with missions, where most people go it alone? Everything. Charles Smith of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary explains.
We speak so much of the “kingdom of God”—but what does that mean, and how does Jesus’ present reign in heaven impact our mission?
Singleness can feel like a death sentence for some—but for women like Lina AbuJamra, it’s a gift to be stewarded.
Scott Dunford shares what Hindus believe, how they think, and some do’s and don’ts of reaching them.
Should Christians read the Qur’an—and if so, how? Matthew Bennett, Ph.D., of Cedarville University answers.
What motivators lead someone to risk everything to serve abroad? Missionary, author, and researcher David Joannes weighs in.
Denny Spitters and Matthew Ellison talk about their new book and why every Christian isn’t a “missionary” per se.
The U.N. calls them the world's most persecuted people group. But God is bringing this unreached people in contact with the gospel through tragic mass displacement.
In this interview, Dan DeWitt talks about the advantages and limitations of apologetics, along with the role of suffering in the Christian witness.
Is it worthwhile to expose children to missions, and if so, how early is too early? An ABWE missionary weighs in.
In this interview, India’s top Christian intellectual shares how William Carey's theology of culture created modern India.
We define a “global Christian” and explain how missions-minded believers can practice the discipline of staying informed.
IMB mobilizer Lori McDaniel shares why Lottie Moon, though only 4’3”, was a true spiritual heavyweight.
Using the “C Scale”—are C4 and C5 churches biblical? Scott Dunford and Alex Kocman weigh the evidence.
ABWE President Paul Davis joins us to share his insights on how pastors can spark missions-minded imagination in their church members.