What is the mission of the church? Alex Kocman and Scott Dunford of The Missions Podcast recently attended the Radius International Missiology Conference to meet with several key leaders discussing this important theme and others.
All interviews (click to jump):
- Introduction: Why Radius?
- Are We Idolizing Missions? A Chat With Chad Vegas
- Kevin DeYoung on the Mission of the Church
- Brooks Buser on Leaving Well
- Ian Hamilton on the Missionary Life as Abiding in Christ
- Brad Buser on Missionary Endurance
- What You Might Not Know About Missions in Asia: Wayne Chen
- Growing in Grace as a Missionary With Jonathan Master
- Steve Meister on the Connection Between Theology and Bible Translation
- Conclusion: The Final Word
Is it possible for us to make an idol out of missions? We ask Pastor Chad Vegas, co-founder of Radius International and co-author of Missions by the Book.
What isn’t the church’s mission? Alex and Scott talk to pastor, author, and theologian Kevin DeYoung.
When is a missionary’s job “done”? Brooks Buser shares what it was like to leave the YembiYembi people after years of challenging, fruitful ministry.
Jesus’ ministry provides the blueprint for how missionaries can survive spiritually dry reasons. Ian Hamilton explains why.
Too many missionaries tap out early on the field. How can we stop it? Brad Buser, founder of Radius, shares his wisdom from years on the field.
What is the state of the church in Asia? And what makes Asian missions so unique? We talk to Wayne Chen, director of Radius Asia.
What does it mean for a Christian on mission to “grow in grace”? Dr. Jonathan Master explains.
What does classical Christian doctrine have to do with how we translate the Bible? Pastor Steve Meister explains.
Scott and Alex share their favorite insights and takeaways from the conference.