Radius Reports Archive

A Foreigner With a Foreign Message

There are many topics that we teach on at Radius that get a lot of time. Intro to Bible Translation, Literacy, Teamwork, Marks of a N.T. Cross-cultural Church and a host of other things get serious time and application to the students. If I had to boil it down though,...

A Return to Historic Missions

We spend the bulk of our time searching out, discerning, and strategizing new methods for completing the Great Commission. Could it be that a return to the historical methods is whats needed? Our annual Radius Day, when our campus is wide open, is over now.  For the...

Missiologies are Theologies

It’s hard to encapsulate 2017 in a short pithy article. God has been good to Radius in so many ways and it comes through even more as we pause and look back at the valleys and hills we’ve come through, and look ahead to what is on the horizon. As President of Radius...

Lessons From Asia

What a whirlwind the last 6 months has been at Radius. The completion of our 2nd dormitory, the biggest incoming class ever, our 2nd campus breaking ground (last week), preparations being laid for Radius Asia (in Asia for Mandarin speaking missionaries), and the...

The Cost and Clarity of the Great Commission

I am still amazed at times by the severity of Jesus’ words. He avoided “politically correct”, was brutal to establishment religious types, and made crystal clear the cost of being one of his disciples.   Luke chapters 5, 12, 14, and 18 give us multiple instances...

The Essential Component

As many of you know Beth and I just came out of the jungle last week after visiting the Iteris over this Radius break time.  In the days before going in to the bush it was great catching up with some workers serving in the area.  Hearing stories of ‘victory’ and...