Not too long ago, pastors and missionaries needed to use photos and videos to help people see the multi-ethnic reality of the world. The frontlines of the cross-cultural discipleship at the heart of the Great Commission seemed far away. Not so anymore! Do you want your congregation to see the nations now? Just take a… Read More Leading People to the Frontlines When the Frontlines Come to You
Eric Warren writes about discipling international students within the context of a local American church and shares a new model for trying to address some common tensions. A big issue that those who minister to international students wrestle with (or need to wrestle with more) is how to think about the relationship between international students… Read More Bringing International Students to Church?
The latest information on international students in the US is out. While the main news is that there are still over 1 million students in the US, there was a 6.6 percent decline in new students. There was not an overall decline due to the fact that a large number of students remained in the… Read More Open Doors 2017/2018
Tom Knight provides five steps to embrace the Thanksgiving holiday as an opportunity to be a global missionary in your own campus community. With Thanksgiving fast approaching we often think of time with family, a turkey dinner with pumpkin pie, and pilgrims giving thanks to God. But we often forget that the first Thanksgiving was… Read More Five Ways to be a Global Missionary this Thanksgiving
Chris Mills writes about the strategic value of translating students’ mission experience to reaching the nations all around them, wherever they go. One of my primary areas of ministry is mobilizing students to the nations. I love to hear stories of how students have seen God at work through their service, whether it’s across… Read More Mobilizing the Mobilized