I always get a buzz when missionaries visit my theological college in London. Not just because we’ll hear some sobering-yet-challenging-and-inspiring stories of God’s gospel going out in… Read more “Reading the Bible with a Muslim – Missionary Insight for the Local Church”
We probably all know stories of exemplary, devoted, single missionaries; either from our Sunday school days as a child, or from seeing such people visit our churches… Read more ““God sets the lonely in families”: The testimony of a sent-and-supported, single missionary”
The critical question in church planting is not primarily why we plant, much less how we plant, but what we plant. Not to put too fine a… Read more “Drill Deep. Reach Wide. Healthy local churches and global mission”
One undertaker used to sign off his correspondence with ‘Yours eventually’. In my case, whilst my barber faces reduced demand as I advance in years, my undertaker… Read more “Raising up workers for the global task”
This is Part 1 of 2 posts by Stui Chaplin I am not a body builder, not by any stretch of the imagination. But if I was,… Read more “Flexing Our Missional Muscles: Engaging Children in Global Mission”
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)”
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…