You cannot talk about the local church or global mission apart from the book of Acts, simply because it was written to inform us on the global… Read more “Church Planting & Global Mission – Steve Timmis”
Ann McClean continues her post on short term-missions. Check out the first part here. But what about the local people they have come to serve? The national… Read more “Short-term Missions: Blessing or Curse (Part 2/2)”
In recent years there have been a number of blog articles, books and online discussions which question the validity of short-term mission teams. It might seem that… Read more “Short-term Missions: blessing or a curse? (Part 1/2)”
The Gospel According to Language The Gospel According to Language Anja’s encounter with language in the video is one of frustration and opportunity. On the one hand… Read more “The Gospel According to Language”
Welcome to the final part of ‘Goodbyes for the Gospel,’ a personal reflection on Paul’s farewell to the Ephesian elders in Acts 20. So far we’ve seen… Read more “Goodbyes for the Gospel (Part 3/3)”
Welcome to the second installment of ‘Goodbyes for the Gospel,’ a personal reflection on Paul’s farewell to the Ephesian elders in Acts 20. Last time we considered… Read more “Goodbyes for the Gospel (Part 2/3)”
Being faithful to the gospel will compel us to frequently say goodbye. Whether we’re the ones who stay or we’re the ones who go the questions we… Read more “Goodbyes for the Gospel (Part 1/3)”
In the last few years there’s been an explosion in interest in church planting in the UK. Conferences about planting, books about planting, blogs about planting,… Read more “We’re all at the ends of the earth”
The great commission is far from being in the bag. We’ve all heard the stats.
300 million people speaking 2000 languages do not have one word of scripture available in their heart language.
7287 peoples across the face of the globe are unreached. That is, “there is no indigenous community of believing Christians with adequate numbers and resources to evangelize this people group.”
Of these, 3100 people groups across the world are unengaged. That is, there is no evangelical church planting strategy being implemented among them…