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“I sacrificed more by leaving the mission field.”  When my friend recently made this statement, I not only knew she was right; I recognized how few people realized the cost missionaries pay when returning to their home country. Far fewer churches and mission organizations talk about it. First of all, what does she mean? How…

The healing power of Christ helps Druze woman and her family open themselves to the gospel in the Middle East For many years, the Druze people in the Middle East have lived without the knowledge of Christ’s light and love. Fortunately, the faithful support of friends like you have helped our partners in the Middle…

We all need rest. We want to support you in your journey to enter into rest so we’ve created a short guide to help you reflect. Download it to your phone or device and create space to respond to each prompt. Entering Into Rest It doesn’t seem like it should make sense that being home…

There are two kinds of freedom in this world. Freedom of your body, from harm and control by external forces. And freedom of your mind, from thoughts that plague your sense of worthiness, your disserving of peace, and your right to love and prosperity. In Nepal, the “Haliya system” was responsible for the enslavement of…

Over a half-million meals have been served across India during this pandemic. Many people have been served food rations, rest, shelter, work, and dignity through the efforts of our partners. We’ve seen extraordinary ownership as pastors and churches in India have stepped out in faith to meet the needs of the people in their communities….

How can women around the globe, especially the most marginalized and vulnerable, challenge patriarchal thinking? By “patriarchy,” I refer to a system of rules, customs, and assumptions that preserve or prioritize the rights and power of men over those of women. One key component to combat patriarchy within society and the church is first understanding…

Mission ONE Partner in Kenya shares the hope and love of Christ with families in need “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” —Romans 8:28 As each day brings more anxiety over the current state of global…

SIX WAYS THE BIBLE UNDERMINES RACISM: (#3) THE SURPASSING WORTH OF KNOWING CHRIST JESUS MY LORD This is my third post in this series. I am addressing how the gospel of Christ offers a cure to the pathologies of racism and tribalism. #1: All Gentiles are born “strangers and aliens” #2: The atonement kills hostility between peoples…

Six ways the Bible undermines racism: (#2) The atonement kills hostility between peoples This is my second post in a series on how the gospel of Christ offers a cure to the pathologies of racism and tribalism. My first post in the series, “All Gentiles are born ‘strangers and aliens’”, is here. A small part of this second…

Six ways the Bible undermines racism: #1 All Gentiles are born “strangers and aliens” With this post I begin a series on how the gospel of Christ offers a cure to the pathologies of racism and tribalism. This blog post is adapted from my forthcoming article in Missio Dei Journal: “An Honor-Bearing Gospel for Shame-Fueled…

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