During the summer months, many missionaries return to their passport countries. Don’t miss this chance to talk to an expert about your dreams of becoming a missionary!
Let’s be ready to meet various practical needs in order to develop relationships with the unreached who now live in nearby communities.
Missions isn’t just for “pastor-type people!” The creative arts provide a natural path to sharing about faith.
Here’s to risk-taking, limit-breaking dads who send their kids into the unknowns of missionary life.
As you greet Muslim friends with “Eid-Mubarak—Blessed Holiday,” you can take the opportunity to discuss how Jesus describes blessing.
The two stages returning missionaries usually go through, and how your church can help them thrive during a time of transition.
In this Q&A, we discuss why listening is key to partnering, exciting trends that could take more missionaries to the lost, and what keeps people out of missions.
Turns out all those things mom used to say or do over and over have proven quite helpful on the mission field.
From creative hospitality to saying sorry, all that mom taught gets put to good use on the mission field.