If you think mission today looks just the same as it did six months ago, you are not looking hard enough.
Good, critical feedback on a mission agency’s activities should be absolutely central to any decision making by boards and leadership in the UK. Getting this feedback isn’t easy and it means much more than listening to the people who benefit from what you do. However, if local people are not helping set your agenda, then you are doing something very wrong.
A brief look at some statistics about the history and geography of British mission agencies (it’s more interesting than it sounds).
You don’t have to have a large church and a thriving economy to start sending missionaries.
Mission really is from everywhere to everywhere: reaching Chinese expats with the gospel in East Africa.
A short thought about mission agency magazines and then a very good graphic from one of them.
If our character is an important factor in how we go about mission, then we need to ensure that the right supporting structures are in place.