In ministry and in parenting, the way forward begins with setting aside our own ambitions.
A celebration that may feel foreign to Christians could present open doors for evangelizing Muslims.
The people in your church right now are the pipeline for future church planters, pastors, and ministry leaders.
Author Justin Schell joins to discuss the basics of the Great Commission—and our calling to words and deeds.
Long before he became an icon for a commercialized holiday, Saint Patrick stood a symbol of missionary zeal.
Rather than measuring church health by numeric growth or depth of discipleship, we can look to the Great Commission to recalibrate our metrics.
ABWE launches a second field for the Open Initiative to reach unreached communities in the Caribbean Basin.
One missionary shares a controversial perspective on what two contrary schools of thought can learn from each other.
Overcoming communication barriers to encourage missionaries serving in restricted contexts is worth the risk.
When reaching unreached people groups, learning the local language is crucial for loving God and loving others.
Rather than expecting our lives to flourish with external blooming, we can trust that God works within us to produce fruit in his timing.
Biblical examples of revival help us understand what kind of renewal we need and how to pray for it in faith.