The (un?)spoken assumption in mission culture is “good” missionaries shouldn’t feel regret. But, does having regret imply I don’t have enough faith in God?
Is God calling me out of a ministry? If you need help processing this question, you’re not alone.
Have you ever wondered about the Buddhist worldview? Whether you’re a master of comparative religion or an interested novice, take our quiz to find out and learn about Buddhism!
Have you ever wondered how best to interact with a pastor who just isn’t that excited about global missions? One of our church mobilizers shares some practical advice on missions mobilization.
Are you a single guy interested in missions and looking for resources? One of our single missionaries with shares some of his insights about single men in missions.
I used to believe I was failing at life for only having a small handful of really close friends. But the types of friends who know everything about me and who I trust enough to actually speak truth and change into my life. I’m going to refer to them as “confidants.”
Let’s try a simple exercise. What’s the very first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “Muslim?” No, not the guarded answer you’re now scrambling to come up with five seconds later; the very first one you initially thought.
I was graduating from the spiritual desert of MIT and applying for an MD/PhD degree when God derailed that train and led me into the glamour-less world of missions mobilization. If the shock-and-awe responses I always get when telling my story are any indication, I’m apparently violating some unwritten Christian rule. Badly.