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Our “Inefficient” God

Our “Inefficient” God

One of the blessings of closing a semester at Radius is a committed two-hour block where students and staff get together and pray in detail for various graces that God has brought into our lives, and the future that is coming. This “CoVid Semester” was no exception....
Missionary Sending Agencies: Some Pros and Cons

Missionary Sending Agencies: Some Pros and Cons

Let me state for the record that every time we at Radius International are asked, “When is Radius going to become its own sending agency?”, our answer is, “We’re not.” From the beginning, we had no intention of doing so because we are convinced there are enough...
Amy Carmichael (1867-1951): Missionary to India

Amy Carmichael (1867-1951): Missionary to India

Early on in her time in India, Amy received a letter from a lady in England who was seriously considering giving herself to missionary work. In her letter she asked Amy what missionary work was like. Amy replied, “Missionary life is simply a chance to die.” When I...
What Baseball Has in Common With Church Planting

What Baseball Has in Common With Church Planting

Living in San Diego while the Padres are enjoying a banner year (a rarity indeed!) has been great. It brings back memories of playing baseball and watching Willie Mays as a boy. But what in the world does baseball have in common with church planting? There is...