When I Was Sent I Felt Forgotten

When I became a missionary in South Asia, I felt abandoned by my local church.

How the Reality of the Trinity Shapes Our Pursuit of Mission

Our mission is rooted in who the Triune God is.

A Seedling Church Plant Grows from the Ukraine War

A Lausanne staff member and her husband share their story of fleeing Belarus and Ukraine, and starting a church plant for refugees in Poland.

How to Use Your Missions Funds Best in a Small Church

5 helpful tips for leveraging your missions budget

Translating the Story of the Bible for Oral Cultures

The International Orality Network is working to develop strategies for reaching oral cultures worldwide with the message of the Bible.

Focus on One House

Coastal Church in Vancouver Puts Luke 10 Into Practice

10 Things I’ve Learned Being a Missions Pastor

As a missions pastor, these are 10 lessons I’ve learned along the way as I’ve served my church in this role. 1. Take Time to Learn, Dream and...

How Western Christians Can Surrender Power With Grace and Humility

We are invited into the freedom that’s possible as power wanes—freedom not to be influential or important, freedom from defending things that were never ours to defend.

Why It Takes a Community to Send a Missionary

If you’re the only one investing in candidates, then best-case-scenario is that they’ll turn out looking like you.

Speaking Their Language

Church planters target Korea’s 2.5 million migrant workers.