SEND’s diaspora ministry helps Japanese like Tomoko explore Christianity in their own language while they’re in a new culture.
The GOJOURNAL records experiences, feelings and lessons during EVERY stage of a short-term trip — before, during and after.
When following Jesus felt like a burden, he wasn’t interested — until he realized there was another way that felt like freedom.
Our worker visits a famous Thai temple to have a wide-ranging discussion with two novice monks. Find out how they got there and what they think will happen when they die.
Especially as the “Night of Power” draws near, don’t miss this opportunity to discuss with your Muslim friends what prayer and fasting means to them — and what it means to you.
Our worker wasn’t sure the time was right to start inviting her brand-new Buddhist neighbor to a Christian camp, but God made the answer clear.
A few suggestions for those of us who tend to open mouth, insert foot — maybe without even realizing it.
A Thai seeker and one of our workers become pen pals of a sort, hashing out the differences between Buddhism and Christianity on notes left at a drop spot.
Our workers reflect on the many, many generous ways churches and supporters have welcomed them back for home service.