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Why Do Students Come to Radius?

Why Do Students Come to Radius?

Motives are a tricky topic. I remember one of my darkest times in Papua New Guinea. We were approaching the end of seven months of teaching our way from Creation to Christ. Things were going well, I was sure that many Iteri folks were understanding the message they...
Missions Through Flawed People

Missions Through Flawed People

  One important part of our training here is poring over the biographies of missionaries of old and biblical characters that God has used to advance His purposes. In these accounts, it seems the Father is not shy about the flaws of His servants. This week, as we...
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...
You Play How You Practice

You Play How You Practice

“Training matters. If we are to see the last of the “nations” reached it will not be without tears, bloodshed, and sacrifice.” My junior year in High School we lost the championship basketball game to our archrivals. It was a brutal let down for a...