I follow a lot of people involved in world mission, many of whom regularly talk about the needs of the unreached around the world and I follow a lot of other Christians – mainly British church leaders – who hardly ever (if ever) mention the needs of global unreached people groups.
Updated on June 5, 2019 by Eddie
Local churches may not have the finance or the all-powerful publicity machine that the agencies can bring to bear, but they must not be treated as passive actors who should just stand around and watch while the experts from overseas get on and do their stuff.
Some thoughts on my doctoral studies including one or two interesting (controversial?) conclusions and a few personal revelations.
Updated on November 29, 2018 by Eddie
Some thoughts and further information about John Chau and his mission to the Sentinelese and a good story about Bible translation.
Updated on November 7, 2018 by Eddie
The moral of the story seems to be that if you are interested in reaching people who haven’t heard about Jesus, you might do better to get in touch with one of the “old fashioned” mission agencies.
Updated on March 14, 2018 by Eddie
If a church feels that the Lord is guiding them to support mission work in Heckmondwike, no-one from the outside should tell them that they shouldn’t do this because Heckmondwike is “reached”
How should churches respond to the needs of the world at Christmastime?
Updated on August 10, 2017 by Eddie
The bottom line is that we need each other and the church would be far healthier if we confessed our need of others rather than declaring that others need us.