Ministry to the Partially Evangelized

The author shares principles for sharing the gospel with those who are partially evangelized, those who have been exposed to the Christian tradition but who haven’t experienced the transformative work of Jesus and the Holy Spirit.Read more…

Revising Good Plans for Yemeni Women

In her pursuit of the perfect strategy to share the gospel with Muslim women, the author nearly overlooked the second most important command Jesus gave us: to simply, but completely, love our neighbor.Read more…

Catalyzing Student Mission Movements

Although God is intently searching his entire Church, the Holy Spirit is focusing particular attention on the emerging generation of believers. How student volunteer movements are transforming people groups and nations.Read more…

Missional Global Partnerships

Where real partnership and collaborative ministry have taken place, it has often been occasioned by adverse contexts. The author shares four examples.Read more…

Partnering to Reach 200 by 2025: A Snapshot of Wycliffe Singapore

Before Vision 2025 was adopted by Wycliffe organizations worldwide, statistics showed that the last of the more than two thousand people groups would not even see a translation program started until the year 2150. And thus was born the Wycliffe Singapore response to Vision 2025Ì¢‰â‰۝̢‰âÒReaching 200 by 2025.”Read more…

I Am Second

I am Second is a simple website with crisp, high-quality videos of people sharing how they found healing from past pain through the power of Jesus.Read more…

The Unseen Iraq

The historic revival taking place in Iraq exemplifies the great spiritual awakening occurring across the Middle East and the Muslim world.Read more…

Hidden and Forgotten People

The Church has an outward mission (evangelization) and an inward mission (formation for the maturity of the integral life of the individual). The Lord is calling us to recognize and bring light to those who are forgotten and hurting.Read more…

To Touch the King: Why We Minister to Those who Suffer

The Ì¢‰âÒleast of theseÌ¢‰âÂåÌ¢‰â‰۝the poor, the oppressed, the destitute and deranged, the orphans and the widowsÌ¢‰â‰۝are all the God of the universe in disguise. The authors shares a compelling story of how he found this to be true.Read more…

God in a Box

What is real to you about God shapes your thoughts, values, and behavior, and even determines your eternal destiny.Read more…

Prepare the Way – Remove the Stones

The neglect of the imagination in life and faith has impoverished the Body of Christ. However, during the past few decades there has been a global renewal of interest in the arts and the imagination among believers.Read more…

The Productivity Myth

The truly effective and productive missionary is not the one with the largest organization, but the one whose precious and godly work of love survives into eternity.Read more…

Chinese Christian to lead OMF International

OMF International (formerly the China Inland Mission) has announced that Dr. Patrick Fung will become the tenth general director of the mission. Dr. Fung, a Chinese Christian, is the first Asian to lead the ministry, and succeeds the Rev. Dr. David Harley, who served as general director since 2001.Read more…

Finishing the Task Partners Committed to Reaching UUPGs

World renowned mission agencies have challenged local churches to work with them in Finishing the Task (FTT). This vision, to launch indigenously-led church planting movements to targeted groups around the world, was presented 14-17 November at the Billy Graham Training Center, in Asheville, NC, USA.Read more…

Motives for Mission

The mission of the Church may be defined as Ì¢‰âÒwhat God has sent the Church into the world to do.Ì¢‰âÂå This includes both evangelistic and social responsibilities. Many speak of our mission, but what about our motivations for mission?Read more…

AIDS in China: The Amity Foundation

The first AIDS case in China was reported in 1985. The following years witnessed rapid growth of the HIV-positive population. Geographically, HIV-positive cases have now been reported in each and every one of the thirty-one provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities of mainland China.Read more…

A Billion Souls: The Rise of Global Christianity

For more than two thousand years, the Church has worked to fulfill the Great Commission of our Lord. By 1900, 45.69% of the world was evangelized; by 2000, more than 73.09% of the world has heard the gospel. Yet there are still more than 1.8 billion people who have never heard the gospel of Jesus Christ.Read more…

Trans World Radio and Kerus Global Education Unite to Mobilize African Youth to Stem the Tide of HIV/AIDS

Every day 14,000 Africans become infected with HIV/AIDS. In an effort to counter the spread of this unrelenting enemy on the continent, international Christian broadcaster Trans World Radio (TWR) and Kerus Global Education have partnered to produce character-based radio programming geared toward helping African teenagers make responsible lifestyle choices.Read more…

Drugs Don’t Cure Leprosy

Drugs do not cure leprosy. I can almost hear it now. Doctors, researchers and other leprosy experts who read this title are asking, Ì¢‰âÒWhatÌ¢‰â‰ã¢s wrong with this fellow? DoesnÌ¢‰â‰ã¢t he know anything about leprosy? HeÌ¢‰â‰ã¢s supposed to be the president of American Leprosy Missions (ALM) and he doesnÌ¢‰â‰ã¢t even know about the miraculous cure.Ì¢‰âÂåRead more…

Disaster Relief Jesus’ Way

Hearing of a disaster in your homeland is hard. Watching helplessly on television while your countrymen are suffering is excruciating. This is how I feel when watching news of the earthquake in Pakistan.Read more…

Casting a Global Net

When it comes to sharing the gospel of Christ with many people at one timeÌ¢‰â‰۝casting the proverbial large netÌ¢‰â‰۝Christians eagerly use the tools of their day. Paul preached from Mars HillRead more…