“With digital engagement, we are able to reach into places we can’t normally go,” said one IMB missionary
When International Mission Board missionary Moses knew that God was calling him to go make disciples on islands near Senegal, his knee-jerk response was no. His hesitance had nothing to do with disobedience or uncertainty …
“In much of the country, city infrastructure has been destroyed. People have fled those cities. What global Christians can pursue now is building homes and churches in western Ukrainian cities…”
Citing lax government response to Islamic extremist attacks on a Christian community last August, an advocacy group recently filed another plea for justice with the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
Keith Jefferson believes that retired missionaries are valuable to the ongoing mobilization of churches because they not only have experience, but they also have contacts — if they’ll keep up with them.
The pilot project is July 12–20, with March 15 the deadline to apply.
“Because of the concentration of lost people groups, we really felt like this is an area where we could contribute and be supportive of our missionaries who are already serving there,” said said David Johnson, AZMN executive director.
An international ministry with Texas Baptist roots is seeking to transform remote villages in Uganda and Tanzania by providing access to education, clean drinking water and the gospel.
A 20-year partnership between the International Mission Board and Fusion, a missions program from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Spurgeon College in Kansas City, Missouri, has helped students live a missional life.
“It’s one thing to believe the Bible, read the stories and have faith in what you’re believing in. It’s another thing altogether to be a part in some way of the history of it all.”