Before we get down to the serious business of this issue, let's take note of the momentous things that may have happened in your life and mine since our last issue in 1996.
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When Our Giving Does More Harm than Good! Dependency and missions.
Increasing financial paternalism and accompanying Westernization of the gospel are the two most critical issues facing us in world missions today. We have a choice to make: either push these issues...Read The Full Article
"Attention Urbana exhibitors: Students have complained that mission agencies lose interest in them when they reveal their student debt..."
This announcement came minutes before the delegate...Read The Full Article
Editors Note: Here at the US Center for World Mission we are gratified to see the increased emphasis on unreached peoples at Urbana '96. We hope that this will continue for all the Urbana mission...Read The Full Article
Invited by the AD2000 and Beyond Movement and Campus Crusade for Christ, they came to Panama City, Panama, from all over Latin America: from the coastlands of Chile, to the islands of the...Read The Full Article
"Lord, forgive us, it is our sin that has kept our Indonesian brothers and sisters unreached. Lord, forgive us for focusing only on ourselves and not on our neighbor unreached peoples.
"Lord,...Read The Full Article
Have you ever considered helping your church to adopt a people group? Has your church made a commitment to a particular people group, but doesn't know what the next step should be? Do you need help...Read The Full Article
Last year we presented the critical need for the De-Westernization of the gospel in order for it to spread naturally throughout the unreached peoples by means of "people movements" to Christ. In...Read The Full Article
(Reprinted with permission from the Evangelical Missions Quarterly - Jan. 1994, Box 794, Wheaton, Ill. 60189)
Several decades ago, Nicholas Bhengu, the leader of the Assemblies of God in South...Read The Full Article
(Reprinted by permission from the April 1993 issue of Evangelical Missions Quarterly, Box 794, Wheaton, Ill. 60189.)
Some time ago I learned about a missionary to Africa who gave more than 20...Read The Full Article
The Church in Africa which has experienced a dramatic growth in the last 30 years is faced with a resource crisis. Many churches would like to have adequate trained personnel (evangelists, pastors,...Read The Full Article
MF: How did you come to become concerned about issues of dependency among mission-established institutions?
Glenn: I first went out to Central Africa in 1961 when I was in my early twenties....Read The Full Article