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.

Philippines: Be a Disciple, Make a Disciple

Making disciples who make disciples is at the heart of Frontline Worship Center in San Pablo City, Philippines.

3 Necessary Shifts in the Way We Think About Missions

These changes are critical if we're going to have the global reach God desires.

The Danger of Putting Missionaries on a Pedestal

Creating a hierarchy of missions hurts the body of Christ in several ways.

Why Christianity Will Always Be on the Move

The history of our faith is one of movement, so we must see ourselves as global Christians.

When Missionaries Return Broken

Churches that send missionaries to difficult places must be ready to help them heal when they return.

Australia: Shared Meals, Shared Mission

Friendship is key for this Australian church's community ministries.