Tanzanian Maasai touched by Kansas teens’ testimonies
Maasai in Tanzania touched by Kansas teens’ testimonies By Sue Sprenkle The Kansas youth wiped away tears and looked out
Learning Through Delayed Harvests
Learning Through Delayed Harvests By Colt Bonham More than a decade ago, Liam Remington*, an IMB worker new to the
Government opposition opens new Gospel partnership opportunities
(Lottie Moon) Singapore’s ‘Amazing Generation’ Casts a Missions Partnership Vision By Caroline Anderson SOUTHEAST ASIA—The scent of pine trees and
Miraculous escape from his captors
IMB: Miraculous escape from his captors By Jack Phillips Sixty of us sat in complete silence with humbled hearts. You
Research and resources to benefit rural churches
IMB, Billy Graham Center focus research, resources on rural churches stateside and abroad By Julie McGowan WHEATON, Ill.—The International Mission
They Hoped the Jinn Would Rescue Them
by Madison Strauder Delhi is full of worshipers. Delhi is full of people living in fear. I was recently in
Standing on Our Knees
By Nicole Leigh It was still dark outside as I rose to go to prayer. A chill in the room
Wasting time for God?
Tom Rodgerson, a counselor at CentrePointe Counseling and assistant professor in the department of pastoral counseling at Loyola University in Maryland, has been meeting with clergy for almost 30 years. He’s seen the onset, effects, and results of “burnout,” and you may be surprised at the numbers of clergy dealing with this condition.
Court cases continue for 4 Christian business owners
Refugee connects with Arab evangelist on social media
Praying for more believers they don’t know
by Caroline Anderson SOUTHEAST ASIA (BP) — They love hearing about baptisms of people they don’t know. News of strangers
A short survey of Biblical apologetics
By Dan DeWitt The modern apologist stands on the shoulders of faithful Christians from previous generations. That is because apologetics