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I Don't Want to Be the "Fun Aunt" to Missions

I Don't Want to Be the "Fun Aunt" to Missions

Grace Thornton
I remember the day I became a great-aunt—at 30. There’s a big age gap between my sister and me, and her oldest daughter had my first great niece just a few... Read More
You Can't Love Missions Without Loving the Local Church

You Can't Love Missions Without Loving the Local Church

Caleb Greggsen
Tell me if this sounds familiar to you. College freshmen Joe joins your church. He’s on fire for Jesus. He wants to give his life to the Lord, which means... Read More
Jesus is Not Customizable

Jesus is Not Customizable

David Platt
When followers of Christ share stories of how they became Christians, they often say something along the lines of, “I decided to make Jesus my personal Lord... Read More
Four Things You Shouldn't Assume When Sharing the Gospel with Muslims

Four Things You Shouldn't Assume When Sharing the Gospel with Muslims

Stephen Lewis
Whether talking with a staunch atheist, a close friend, your four-year-old daughter, or a Muslim, clarity is of the utmost importance. Many times, clarity is... Read More
Dreams, Visions, and the Sufficiency of Scripture

Dreams, Visions, and the Sufficiency of Scripture

Nick Moore
The fastest growing religion in my neck of Africa was founded on the belief that a specific angel in (of all places) North America appeared to a young man named... Read More
Adam, Where Are You?

Adam, Where Are You?

Nick Moore
A thousand thoughts ran through my mind as I held the child. It wasn’t because it was my first time holding a child. It wasn’t even my first time holding my... Read More
Don't Farm Out Your Child's Discipleship to the Youth Pastor

Don't Farm Out Your Child's Discipleship to the Youth Pastor

Clark Forbes
As a youth pastor, I often get asked what the best practices and strategies are for youth ministry. Parents and church leaders will ask how to improve the youth... Read More
Five Ways Persecution Affects Families in Iran

Five Ways Persecution Affects Families in Iran

Harper McKay
The decision to follow Jesus in Iran has a ripple effect for many families. The faith of one individual can be dangerous for every other family member. A... Read More
How Clean Water Can Open the Door for Living Water

How Clean Water Can Open the Door for Living Water

Jason
Everyday Ham Sokim would send her twelve year-old daughter, Srey Mom, to collect water.  This was no easy task. Srey Mom would take two empty buckets and begin... Read More
From Drugs to Jesus: Salvation in Iran

From Drugs to Jesus: Salvation in Iran

Harper McKay
I woke up surrounded by intense heat. Bright orange and red blinded me as I rolled up off the floor and tried to understand what was happening. The smell of... Read More

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