We need to think carefully about the way in which we write about our brothers and sisters around the world
A short thought about mission agency magazines and then a very good graphic from one of them.
Old advice from a Pope to a missionary to the English, which is still very relevant today.
Some thoughts on the language that we use to describe people from different parts of the world than our own.
This post is brought to you by the number 4! The title captures the gist.
The church is growing faster than it ever has done before and the world mission force is more diverse than at any time in history. We should be encouraged by these things - but we can't afford to be complacent.
An excellent book, on a familiar topic, but from a very different cultural and religious background. Read my review, then buy the book.
One of the most important Christian thinkers and influencers in the world died yesterday. Sadly, most evangelicals in Britain will not even have heard of him.
Rather than saying God is a missionary God and therefore we should do mission, we might be better saying that God is holy and that we should be holy. This doesn't mean that we don't do mission - but it shapes the way we go about it.
This is the last post on this series and looks at the two most important questions that British mission agencies have to grapple with. Should Our Agency Still Exist? There are two levels to this question. The first is whether the work that the agency is doing in "the field" is still relevant or needed. … Continue reading Does Your Mission Agency Have A Mission V