As a church planter and missionary in Croatia, Eric Maroney looks for new strategies to share the Gospel. When a Brazilian ministry partner pitched the idea of a radio ministry, Maroney saw it as a part of a larger strategy to spread the Gospel and
Like people around the world, Frances Fuller was deeply grieved by the Aug. 4 explosion that killed nearly 200 people and displaced another 300,000 in Beirut, Lebanon. But for Fuller, 91, watching the indescribable carnage was personal.
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A global pandemic has made the basic acts of travel and face-to-face contact with others — essential to cross-cultural missions — difficult or impossible until further notice. Such is the present. What’s next?
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Launching an innovative ministry center in metro Detroit has been quite a roller coaster ride for Sue Hodnett and her volunteer ministry team. “We know that if we touch the life of a woman, most of the time we’re touching the life of a whole
Today, a lot of things want to crowd their way into the "main thing" spotlight: politics, the pandemic, and personal opinions among them. But for those of us who know Christ, this is the time to be resolute in our devotion to him above all
Thirty years ago this summer, a group of 137 youth and adults spent a week in Appalachian coal country doing construction work on nine homes and sharing the Gospel in the neighborhoods where they worked.
As the global coronavirus crisis nears pandemic status, the International Mission Board of the SBC announced Friday (Feb. 28) a coronavirus task force to address implications for IMB personnel and partners, including church volunteer mission teams.
"Unreached people group" labels are not just a matter of semantics; if too broad or too narrow, they fail to identify the people who are most desperate for the gospel and won’t accurately capture the church’s progress toward making disciples of all nations.