Few things make me more excited than seeing the Gospel at work. Across the world, Global Action leaders are feeding the hungry, giving hope to the hopeless, leading the lost to Christ, and making disciples. Today, I am thrilled to share with you a powerful...Read More
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In this week’s episode, Kenyan scholar Dr. Kyama Mugambi sits down with host Lionel Young to discuss the question: “Were white missionaries to Africa racist?” You might be surprised by the answer! Tune in to hear about the impact of missionaries on African culture. Podcast:...Read More
The church has always adopted the use of modern innovation to spread the gospel. In the early church, apostles and missionaries carried the gospel around the world using newly-constructed Roman Roads. In the Early Modern period, the printing press was used to launch a Reformation....Read More
More than 30 years ago, the missiologist Ralph Winter wrote a piece on the “myth of closed countries.” Winter, who passed away in 2009, was a well-traveled academic with a strong commitment to spreading the gospel worldwide. Winter suggested that the expression “closed country” was...Read More
As missionaries in Guatemala, my wife Cherry and I have personally witnessed the intense needs arising from this pandemic. With borders closed and many foreign missionaries pulled from their fields, it would be easy to fear that doors to the Gospel are closing. But that...Read More
There has been a great tug-of-war throughout the history of the church. At times, the church has focused on evangelism to the neglect of community transformation. At other times, it has swung to the extreme of focusing on acts of service to the exclusion of...Read More