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What’s the Harm in Calling Everything Missions?
About fifteen years ago, I noticed that an increasing number of church leaders were intentionally propagating a redefinition and broadening of what missions is and who the word missionary should...
Eyes to See Where the Kingdom is Not
Tags: church-planting movmenet, disciplemaking, kingdom movement, missions
Every disciple needs to be equipped to have eyes to see where the Kingdom is not. While that probably seems a bit of a strange concept to you, bear with me for just a few moments.
A Framework for Incorporating the Arts in Short-Term Missions
Tags: arts, engagement, indigenous, missions, music, short-term mission
As I jotted down Hausa lyrics and melodies on a four-week visit to church members in Nigeria, I had no idea that eight years later a focus on the arts of others would become central to my life’s...
Worship and Mission for the Global Church
Tags: art, arts, contextualization, missions, music, worship
Facilitating Local Arts Expressions for Kingdom Purposes
Tags: arts, ethnodoxology, missions, music, worship
I, Robin, had the opportunity to interview Brian Schrag about the guiding principles of ethnodoxology and its crucial role in cross-cultural ministry. Below is a portion of our conversation.1
The Work of Missions
Tags: john piper, missions, prayer, sovereignty, spiritual warfare
Very few people think that we are now in a war greater than World War II, and greater than any imaginable nuclear World War III. Or that Satan is a much worse enemy than Communism or militant...
New Site Connects Globally-Called Single Adults
Tags: called, globally minded, missions, single, singles
Single people have been crucial to the spread of the gospel historically.
In the Catholic era, the bulk of mission work was done by single men in missionary orders. In the post-Civil War era,...