What I Learned Teaching Pastors in Cuba

Teaching 75 pastor-leaders in Cuba stirred something new in my heart.

The Crisis in Syria and Caring for the Persecuted Church

How should we respond to crises involving the global persecuted church?

For God and for Good

How a Nigerian Church Calls Us All to Life of Impact

Why You Might Want to Reconsider Your Short-Term Trips

Make sure your short-term trips are helping, not hurting, the communities and missionaries they are sent to serve.

How Missionaries Can Inspire Their Sending Church to Mission

How the sent send the senders

Why I’m Ditching the Word ‘Empowerment’

Empowerment, while a good concept, has too much baggage. There's a better alternative.

The Hopeful Implications of the Tower of Babel

One day, all the nations and every language will be united around the throne of God.

Love and Missions

Passion does not always mean compassion.

Rekindling a Passion for Missions

Though our society now is ambivalent about missions, the Great Commission compels us to keep going and sending.

Africa’s Accelerating Disciple-Making Movement

The church in Africa is mirroring the early church in innovative ways.
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