- Who Will Pay Africa’s Medical Bills?Locals are increasingly running African mission hospitals. The next challenge: keeping foreign donors.
- Counting the Cost of Paying Ransoms for MissionariesA Haiti kidnapping raises questions about no-payment practices.
- What Should We Do If Our Compassion Runs Out?1 in 7 of my medical patients dies. But I don’t want to stop grieving or hoping.
- When Being Helped HurtsMy experience on the receiving end of a mission trip taught me you can’t force love on a community.
- Where Ya From?Episode 23Meeting Needs in the Midst of Chaos with Todd and Beth GuckenbergerHow do we obey when God calls us to run towards chaos?
- Despite Drop in Deportations, Turkey Still Troubles ChristiansHate speech rises as evangelicals grow more prominent on social media, amid ongoing difficulties to train pastors and register churches.
- The Missionary Kids Are Not AlrightThird culture kids are struggling with a crisis of care in the church, experts say.Português
- More Ministries Seek Alternatives to Child SponsorshipsNine million children are supported by one-to-one funding, but a growing number of Christian groups say that approach is problematic.
- Died: Ray Bakke, Who Believed Christians Are Called to CitiesUrban missiologist urged evangelicals to cross racial and cultural lines for the sake of the gospel.
- Southern Baptist Missionaries See Baptisms and Converts Surge With COVID-19Leaders cite missiological methods and the work of the Spirit as the reasons for the surprising statistics.