The Courage to Reevaluate – Methods Do Matter

The Courage to Reevaluate – Methods Do Matter

  Over the years, Radius has trained roughly 150 students, the majority of whom are now serving overseas in a variety of countries. We hear back from them regularly. One of the things they commonly hear from other missionaries on the field is their regret that...
Money and Missions

Money and Missions

  Much has been written in the past few years on the negative effect of North American funding of overseas Christian endeavors. I personally observed the slow unraveling of a Papua New Guinea (PNG) national training program due to North American monies channeling...
Jesus Is One of My Favorite Gods

Jesus Is One of My Favorite Gods

Paul Borthwick wrote[1]of being registered for a conference in New Delhi, India by a clerk who had her desk covered in pictures of Jesus.  Upon asking her if she was a follower of Jesus, the title of this letter was her reply.  Of course, to someone who understands...
Some Wrong Assumptions in the Missions World

Some Wrong Assumptions in the Missions World

While on a recent trip (Baton Rouge, Orlando, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis), I was talking to an intelligent young lady who made the statement “I believe God can use His Word alone to bring men to Himself.”  I told her that I agreed with her completely. God COULD do...
The Lure of Later

The Lure of Later

This time of year Beth and I do a lot of traveling and connecting with students who are in or just out of college.  Whether North Carolina, Des Moines, Tuscaloosa, Huntsville, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis, Rochester MN., Chicago, or Anchorage, some of the common...