Why this Jewish entrepreneur supports Christian missionary doctors in Africa
One time, Dr. Tom Catena, a Catholic medical missionary then in Nairobi, Kenya, performed twelve C-sections in a single night.
How can European missionaries develop unity with local Christians?
Ajith Fernando answers the question "How can European missionaries develop unity with local Christians?" related to his talk "How Can European Missionaries Contribute to World Mission Today" given at the 2015 European Leadership Forum.
Know How to Answer Christian Missionaries
Exploring sin, sacrifices and atonement, common themes used by missionaries.
Christian missionary's letter to his family before he was killed
John Allen Chau, 26, was shot dead with arrows last week by tribesman when he arrived at North Sentinel Island - one of the world's most isolated regions in India's Andaman islands.
How Christians Are Grappling With Missionary John Allen Chau’s Death
Was he going rogue, or practicing one of evangelical Christianity’s highest imperatives?
How was a Christian missionary killed by one of the world’s most remote tribes?
American 'adventurer' found dead after mission to convert isolated North Sentinel people to Christianity
Staying on Mission: What Missionaries Can Teach Us in Post-Christian America
America has changed, but the church's mission hasn't. Here's what the church in post-Christian America must learn from foreign missionaries.
6 lessons American missionaries have learned from Guatemalan Christians
Consensus takes time, but it's worth it. Prayer is way more powerful than they knew. See what Guatemalan Christians have taught 2 Americans.
What Missionaries Can Teach Us in Post-Christian America
Three things American Christians can glean from our brothers and sisters on international missions.
Why Are Christians Ganging Up on Missionary John Chau, Who Paid the Ultimate Price for Sharing...
Martyr or “American Dickhead”? Why Missionary John Allen Chau’s Death on a Remote Indian Island...
Intriguingly, even Christians have not hailed him as a clear-cut hero of the faith.
What is a Missionary Disciple?
Pope Francis in the Joy of the Gospel famously proclaimed Every Christian is a missionary to the extent that he or she has encountered the love of God in Christ Jesus: we no longer say that we are “disciples” and “missionaries,” but rather that we are always “missionary disciples.” I have found that both the concept of “discipleship” and “mission” need some explaining. There goes Jesus Let’s start with the idea of discipleship. Before we can evangelize we must grow as Disciples of…
How to Be a Faithful Missionary
Too often, missionaries are depicted as Super Christians. That’s unfortunate—not only for missionaries but for those who are considering becoming one.
Why Most Missionaries Are Liars
No job description I have ever seen for a missionary includes the words "fast and loose with the truth." It is not my belief missions attracts the kind of people who are predisposed to being insincere. Unfortunately, I have seldom encountered a missionary who will tell the entire truth when asked important personal questions The questions which would cause a typical missionary to light up a lie detector include: "How are you doing?" "How is your family?" "How is your marriage?" "How is…
The World’s Top Missionary-Sending Country Will Surprise You
Gordon-Conwell’s Center for the Study of Global Christianity “calculates that Christians sent out approximately 400,000 international missionaries in 2010. And nearly half of the world's ...
WATCH: How do I start a immigration legal services ministry? (part 4 of 4) The Immigration Alliance
We are ready to start a legal services ministry site, what do we do now? World Relief developed a four-part video series based on A Church Leader’s Guide to Immigration. This 30-minute video is part four of the series. Courtney Tudi, Capacity Building Attorney Specialist for World Relief, presents the requirements for credentialing and other (Continue Reading...)
How to reach Millennials: Think and act like a missionary
“How can we reach Millennials?” I was asked this question recently after leading a presentation of data from the 2017 research of the unchurched from our new book, The Hidden Harvest: Discovering Oklahoma’s Unchurched. The pastor lamented, “I want to reach Millennials in our community because we don’t have any!” The pastor is not alone, the Millennial Generation (individuals age 21 to 37 years old) is notably absent in many churches in our state This is actually part of a trend. Our research…
Mrs Pence’s Response To Questions About Her Commitment To Christian Values
Looking For Testimonies From Financial Peace University Participants Bringing Lightly Used Coats And Non-Perishable Food Items On November 23-24 The Everyone Needs Jesus Christmas/Missions Offering New Pastor For Our Mandeville/Covington Congregation Pastoral Changes at Celebration River Parishes And Celebration Westbank Karen Pence, wife of Vice President Mike Pence, has been in the news recently because of her decision to resume teaching art at a Christian School…
What the Chaplain forgot . . .
First Men's Group meeting on Sunday, a Spring Retreat, and proposed schedule for Holy Week.
Why the Term 'Missionary' Can Fail Missionaries
“So, you’re gonna be, like, a missionary??” I never knew how to respond. Moving to Malawi to work with a local nonprofit after college simply felt like the job I was being called to. Sure, it’s one of the poorest countries in the world and, yes, I had to raise support, but so did some friends of m