Nominal Christians: Some Stats from the U.K. from Broad Application

Nominal Christians: Some Stats from the U.K. from Broad Application

How do we reach people who are nominally Christian?


A Season of Deep Lament: Heroes and Legends I Knew as a Child

A Season of Deep Lament: Heroes and Legends I Knew as a Child

I don’t know that I have many answers, but I know what is true and I must keep holding on.


One-on-One with Pastor Darryl Dash on ‘How to Grow’

One-on-One with Pastor Darryl Dash on ‘How to Grow’

"We keep failing, but we also keep discovering God’s grace."


Ed: What inspired you to write How to Grow?

Preparing the Next Generation of Christian Humanitarian & Disaster Leaders

Preparing the Next Generation of Christian Humanitarian & Disaster Leaders

Wheaton College’s Humanitarian Disaster Institute welcomes first M.A. students to campus.


Four Practical Steps for Recruiting a Church Plant Team

Four Practical Steps for Recruiting a Church Plant Team

There are so many needs to fill and sometimes the enormity of it all can feel paralyzing.


How Cultural Attachments of Yesterday Diminish Our Effectiveness Today

How Cultural Attachments of Yesterday Diminish Our Effectiveness Today

Evangelism in a postmodern context is predicated on listening well.


Ask any veteran of the international missionary world and they’ll likely be happy to tell you what one needs to do to see success. Among the many skills they’ll mention, one theme will bubble to the surface over and over again: you must to be a humble learner.

Three Lessons We Can Learn from the Brave Life (and Quiet Faith) of Sen. John McCain

Three Lessons We Can Learn from the Brave Life (and Quiet Faith) of Sen. John McCain

You would be hard pressed not to find something truly admirable in this man who served so faithfully.


It was only Friday that the family of Senator John McCain announced that he was ceasing treatment for an aggressive form of brain cancer. Today, this American hero is dead at the age of 81.

Vietnam: A Land of Great Food, but Extraordinary Christian Faith by Brian C. Stiller

Vietnam: A Land of Great Food, but Extraordinary Christian Faith by Brian C. Stiller

Vietnamese Christians have a unique understanding of their world and courage to do what needs doing.


Aromas from open kitchens scent the night air as I walk the narrow streets of old Hanoi. It’s time for evening dinner: Sidewalk restaurants filled with children and adults spill out their happy chatter, all busy with eating in one of my favorite places in the world.

One-on-One with João Mordomo on Brazil, the Gospel, and Business as Mission

One-on-One with João Mordomo on Brazil, the Gospel, and Business as Mission

“It is not uncommon to find Brazilian missionaries in far-flung places, including among unreached people groups.”


Ed: How long have you been involved in Lausanne International and what is your current role?

Rural Matters: A Conference for Those Serving in Rural Settings

Rural Matters: A Conference for Those Serving in Rural Settings

On September 18-19, the Billy Graham Center will be hosting our second annual Rural Matters conference at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois.


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