Balancing people and place in missions

Jesus commissions his disciples to go and make disciples of all nations. That command necessitates focus on both peoples and also places.

Teaching them to observe all I have commanded you

The Christian college and the Great Commission

7 ways to engage adherents of other faith traditions

The world says there are many ways to God, but the Bible says there is only one. Here’s how to talk to your friends from other religions about Christianity.

The most important gift for a missionary

The best gift for any missionary is to be like Jesus.

226 years ago today, Baptist missions was born

In May of 1792, William Carey powerfully argued that the clear teaching of the New Testament was that Christ had accomplished everything necessary for the ingathering of the nations.

Your church can reach the nations without leaving the neighborhood

International mission work, by God’s providence, is no longer just international.

4 keys to actually start praying for persecuted Christians

The persecuted church needs our prayer. Here’s how you can help.

The Bible doesn’t ignore spiritual warfare, and you shouldn’t either

A supernatural gospel is not just for frontline missionaries.

Why your church should support fewer missionaries

Making a broad impact is nice, but making a deep impact would result in greater influence and bring greater glory to God.

How the Reformation recovered the Great Commission

The Reformers didn’t just recapture the true gospel, they caught a vision to spread it to the ends of the earth.

6 habits every aspiring missionary needs today

Whenever someone tells me about a desire to serve in missions, I want to affirm this wonderful calling while also tempering their excitement.

How can my church be involved in short-term missions?

As we look at missions opportunities and pass each opportunity through a biblical sieve to make sure that what we are doing actually fulfills what the Lord would have us do.