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The Best Way to Study the History of Missions

Somalis watering their camels in a shallow well at Boka Wells in the Tana Region of Kenya Before we get into the history of missions proper, we need to ask first, what is the best way to study the subject? This implies, of course, to use the old English proverb, “there is more [...]

The Best Way to Study the History of Missions2020-10-10T22:43:40+03:00

Rethinking Missionary Giving

If our giving does not demand returns or produce spiritual growth, then we are only propping up the church not building it up, and we are doing the Church a disfavour. Late in August 2018 baby Moses was committed to the care of the FAME Cole Baby Unit by the courts in Mwingi (Kenya). He [...]

Rethinking Missionary Giving2018-09-15T13:38:50+03:00

Missionary died thinking he was a failure; 84 years later thriving churches found hidden in the jungle

In 1912, medical missionary Dr. William Leslie went to live and minister to tribal people in a remote corner of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. After 17 years he returned to the U.S. a discouraged man – believing he failed to make an impact for Christ. He died nine years after his return. But in [...]

Missionary died thinking he was a failure; 84 years later thriving churches found hidden in the jungle2017-02-23T18:08:41+03:00