God Loves to Work in Our Weakness
Dec 17, 2016
In a world consumed with strength and ability, the Christian’s weakness stands as a signpost of the kingdom of the Lamb that was slain.
Doing Missions When Living Is Gain
Jul 15, 2015
One of the beautiful threads in the Young, Restless, and Reformed movement is a commitment to missions among unreached peoples, even in some of the hardest, most resistant, most dangerous places on the planet. We need to ask, though, if we have romanticized radical ministry and martyrdom.
If Death Is Gain, Should We Pray for Healing?
May 10, 2016
By praying for healing and longer life, would I be giving in somehow to my sinful flesh or compromising my pursuit of God’s glory?
Time-Tested Tactics for Fighting Temptation
Jan 28, 2015
Much has changed, no doubt, in the three and a half centuries since, but the biblical tactics against temptation endure. The instruction and promises of God are timeless weapons in the battle with sin...
Oh, Come Let Us Adore Him
A Missionary’s Refrain to the First Americans
Dec 5, 2016
John Eliot (1604–1690), “Apostle to the Indians,” wove a consistent thread through his ministry and writings: all of life is for admiring God.
A City Under a Hill
Five Problems with Insider Movements
Apr 23, 2019
What is an insider movement, and does the Bible support it as a strategy for spreading the gospel in hostile places?
What God Is Doing in the World Today
Seven Ways He Moves in Global Missions
Sep 12, 2017
If we want to be motivated for missions, we need to know what God is up to. Here are seven things the Bible says God is doing in global missions.
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