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How Paul Measured the Missionary Task

How Paul Measured the Missionary Task

In the 15th chapter of the book of Romans, we have Paul laying out his rationale for why he must press on to new places that have yet to hear the gospel. He says this; “So from Jerusalem all the way around to Illyricum, I have fully proclaimed the gospel of Christ....
Is There Such a Thing as Bad Missions?

Is There Such a Thing as Bad Missions?

When Nina and I lived among the Yembiyembi people it was always a bit of a surprise to see outsiders. The YYs were known for being a dominant hostile people group so even other lowland language groups rarely ventured into their territory. So, it was an unprecedented...
The State of Missions Today, Why Are Pastors Concerned?

The State of Missions Today, Why Are Pastors Concerned?

During the last 6 weeks, I’ve spoken in 5 different churches and I’ve been struck by how EVERY SINGLE lead pastor I interacted with was concerned about the state of missions, sometimes even within their own churches. Few have time to delve deeply into situations...
The Deconversion Stories That Go Unnoticed

The Deconversion Stories That Go Unnoticed

Recently there has been a spate of “deconversion” stories from high-profile individuals who have walked away from the Christian faith. The YouTube comedians Rhett and Link came out in February of 2020 with a series of videos about why they were walking away from...
Some Motivations for World Evangelism

Some Motivations for World Evangelism

As we prepare for our next class of students to arrive on campus in just one week, one of the things we look forward to is hearing their testimonies.  We never tire of the various ways God has worked in their lives to bring them to a point of surrender.  When Radius...