September 27, 2016.Reading time 4 minutes.
[Tweet “Without loss there is no gain. Without suffering there is no joy.”] I was humbled by the opportunity to meet Steve Saint (son of Nate Saint) as well as Mincaye—one of the tribe members who killed Nate Saint, Jim Elliot and the other missionaries to Ecuador. As the three of us met for lunch, […] Read More
July 6, 2015.Reading time 7 minutes.
The world recoiled at the repulsive news of French peacekeepers stationed in the war torn Central African Republic sexually abusing young boys in a refugee camp. One account reported that the soldiers raped starving children in exchange for giving them food. It is almost too difficult for most of us to fathom—this horrific evil perpetrated against the […] Read More
April 3, 2015.Reading time 5 minutes.
BREAKING: OneHope Kenya Chairman recommends how we should respond to the killing of their Christian young people at the hands of Muslims this Easter Friends and Partners in the ministry, As you may have seen from the news channels, Kenya has just experienced the worst terror attack this Thursday with the death toll now standing […] Read More
July 28, 2014.Reading time 3 minutes.
Thoughtfully shifting 20th century missions practices to a 21st century paradigm If you are a pastor, staff member or even a volunteer at a church, chances are you have inherited a few things that might be in need of updating. Whether it’s the archaic marquee out front, the tattered felt-lined offering plates, or the roster […] Read More
March 10, 2014.Reading time 6 minutes.
Despite the ubiquity of the Internet, not everyone is a specialist. As a missions futurist, I often share what I know about global macro trends in order to help churches and organizations be smart and prepared now for what ministry is going to look like a year, five, or even a decade in the future. […] Read More