February 27, 2017

How do we help our missions movements grow in their ability to work effectively across cultures?

In the previous blog post, we looked at the difficulties which the shorter-term mission movements in particular may have in the area of cultural intelligence. Clearly, short...

August 11, 2016

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all the books and resources available for missions. While there are many wonderful books we could recommend, here are five that we’ve found particularly helpful when it comes to dealing with a variety of mission-related topics.

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May 6, 2016

Although Short-Term Missions (STM) has gained tremendous popularity over the last decade, it has also been criticized a great deal. Many have claimed that STM does little to aid in furthering the Gospel and indeed, that it might actually hinder it! It is not uncommon t...

May 3, 2016

Have you felt called by God to go overseas to be a missionary, yet have only a vague idea of the steps it would take for you to get there? You know most missionaries would need to raise funds, and that there would be some sort of training involved, but apart from those...

January 9, 2016

Preachers, Doctors, Teachers: Not so long ago, these were the stereotypical jobs for Missionaries. Establishing churches, clinics or schools were the traditional methods for ministering on the overseas field. Although Business as Mission has become more popular over th...

November 10, 2014

“I will venture to go down, but you must hold the rope.” –William Carey

William Carey, considered to be the “father of modern missions,” said this centuries ago. When he was about to embark for India, Carey made a plea to the Body of Christ back in his native England. H...

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