Category Articles List
- Please Don't Send Them To Africa
Christians have assumed (in at least two senses of the word) the "white man's burden" in Africa for more than a century — and it may be time to stop ... Not least of which because they want us to.
- A Study In Contrasts
Enough Bible study! Let's get our hands dirty. Some scripture must be lived to be understood.
- Spreading The Word In The Midst Of Rejection
In this article it up lifts the believer to not give in to the harsh personalites of the world. it will display to you what the christian must do, in order to float above evil and spread the world.
- Biblical Evangelism: Speaking Up For Christ
Merely setting a good example for Christ is not enough. At some point you’re going to have to speak up. Biblical evangelism not only requires an accurate proclamation, but also an authentic demonstration.
- Potter's House
By:-Cindee Snider Re
This story was written as a read-aloud for elementary age children (ie: as a five day supplement to Vacation Bible School curricula) to introduce them to the work of Potter’s House Association International in particular and to foreign missions in general.
What happens after winning a person to Christ? "Mission completed?" Who takes care of the many saved ones who are struggling with life's issues - facing hardship and having these nagging thoughts about failure. Isn't it time to nurture our "own house" (the Church, the Body of Christ) - to edify and encourage one another.
- Motivation For Evangelism
Christian’s missional motivation should not be led by arrogance or in judgment but led in compassion, love and righteousness. In whatever an individual does, the mission should be the same as the Lord’s. Christ’s primary mission was preaching his gospel, “The time has come! The Kingdom of God has come near. Repent and believe the good news (Mk. 1:4)!” Jesus took saving the “lost” very seriously (Lk 15:1-32).
- Building Peace, Hope, Love In Young Girls
Girls at the Beit el Safa home in Lebanon find security and hope amid lives torn by abuse and family dysfunction.
- A Heart Beating For The Arab World
The Free Evangelical Church of Beirut is sending more and more workers into the Arab world around it to preach the gospel and train others to do the same.
- Health Care For The Helpless
One volunteer medical clinic in the Middle East is caring for refugees and poor residents in a city teeming with them.
- Engaging Egypt's Spiritual Battle
The real fight in Egypt doesn't pit reformers against the political establishment -- it is the kingdom of God versus the kingdom of darkness.
- Taking The Gospel On The Road Less Traveled
One ministry in north India risks more than the steep trails to take physical and spiritual help to remote mountain villages.
- North India Ministries Face Physical, Spiritual Opposition
People doing ministry in northern India face extremes in many worlds -- the spiritual, the religious and the economic.
- The Great Commission
This artical reveals The Great Commission. It is more than proclaiming the good news.
- Abigail VonSchleshinger
Abigail VonSchleshinger, though a fictional character, shows deep passion toward her calling as a missionary to Africa.
- Anand And The White-Skinned Intruders
A common Hindu taxi driver was employed by missionaries to go to remote villages deep in the forests. Circumstances were such that he found himself responding to the call for salvation.
- Baba Yetu Uliye Mginguni
Ambokile was the son of the Ikanga, the tribal witch doctor. As the firstborn of his father’s many wives, he was the one to carry on his father’s craft. Knowing no other life, he was honored to accept his iniquitous vocation—that is, however, until he met Pastor Otto.
- There's A Work To Be Done
Three perspectives in respect to the call to "Go into all the world".
- From Death To Life
A new missionary struggles with the challenge of being out of her comfort zone.
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