Archive Category: Personal Discipleship

Generosity rooted in faith

“Only pack a small bag please, the car is going to be quite full.” Thus began our 3 day road trip with three church pastors

Serving through Connection and Care

A very important part of church planting work in Thailand is following through on evangelistic contacts and new believers. Sometimes, following up contacts may involve

Hiking in mountains Taiwan

Lessons from a Gaorao 高繞

Over a holiday weekend I went on a 3-day hike in the mountains. We had some beautiful views, passed historical remnants, found some giant old

Book review – Beyond Colorblind: Redeeming Our Ethnic Journey

Responses to this book will be varied. Some will lament that woke, liberal, ethnicity-centric ideology has maneuvered its way into evangelical belief and practice. Others will celebrate that the message of this book is a much needed prophetic voice calling the church to wake up to the reality of the brokenness of our world manifested in ethnic/racial conflicts and to the beautiful hope that the gospel has in bringing healing and reconciliation in this area.

James 2:1–13 Favouritism Is Forbidden

David Eastwood has served for thirty-one years in Taiwan with OMF International. During that time, his ministry has included Bible teaching, preaching, and church planting,

Incarnational Ministry

OMF workers practise incarnational ministry in many ways, such as learning the languages of the people whom we are seeking to reach. By Scott Hurd,

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