Reducing Global Poverty, One Camera at a Time

Non-profit One Mobile Projector Per Trainer delivers life-saving messages to some of the poorest countries in the world.

What if Your Mission Trip Is Canceled?

If you, or your church, had plans for a mission trip this summer, you know it’s not happening. Travel fears and restrictions, global quarantine and the financial...

Changing How We Change the World

"Ending extreme poverty is possible, but it must be tackled from the bottom up—with, not for, the people affected most."

Mission Trips Are for Whom?

Dave Gibbons: “In most countries, relationships and the trust of indigenous leadership often take years to develop.”

What Changes When a Pastor Champions Missions?

A mission-minded pastor shapes their church in these nine ways.

10 Dangerous Myths About Christian Persecution

There are several false narratives about the persecuted church floating around. To help, we need to understand the truth.

American Disaster ‘Refugees’ Can Teach Us Empathy

As the U.S. has been battered by successive natural disasters, displacing thousands, we have the opportunity to see the global refugee crisis with new eyes.

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...

Christine Caine: Rescue the One

“There are so many who need rescuers ... . Each of them is God’s missing treasure.”

Korea: Why So Many Megachurches?

Korea: about the land mass of Kentucky, yet home to five of the world's 20 largest congregations