Good News for the Poor

We are too quick to add "... in spirit" to Jesus proclamation: "Blessed are the poor."

Persecution: One Church, One Family

Around the world christians are facing unprecedented persecution. Here’s how your church can respond.

Breaking the Cycle of Human Trafficking

How churches and advocacy organizations are partnering to address the problem of human trafficking.

From ‘Zero Tolerance’ to ‘Welcoming the Stranger’

How should churches think about refugees and immigrants?

Soulfires: Following the Heart of Christ to Honduras

The astounding story of Gracie Murphree's journey from freelance writer in Alabama to chief of special crimes in Talanga.

How to Know if Someone Is Called to Global Missions

These questions will help you gauge whether you or another individual are being called to missions.

Beyond Equality: Restoring Dignity to Abused Women

The language of equality has certain limitations that the doctrine of the Imago Dei can address.

The Tagline That Launched 1,000 Mission Trips

William Carey's famous quote inspired the modern missionary movement.

How the 2011 Earthquake Has Transformed Outreach to Japan

People in Tohoku were drawn to Christianity by the Christians who kept returning to help.

When I Was Sent I Felt Forgotten

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