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Bottom Dwellers- Who Cares?

Tad de Bordenave

Rationale: Mission work should be looked as an investment. For investments like money, time, opportunity, resources, we look for results. We expect influence, impact, and situations that will make a difference. The same should be true for missions. This is not being cold but realistic. We cannot be expected to cover the world with our […]

Being a Blessing to Refugees

Crossing to Macedonia

Twenty-five years ago, I went to Nepal on my first mission trip. I was moved to learn that Christianity supersedes cultural differences! When I returned to the United States, I took the Perspectives class in World Missions. What an eye-opener for me! During the intervening twenty-five years Genesis 12:2 has challenged me, which I interpret […]

We’re Here to Serve Your Church

20170402_091551

One of our core values is esteeming the local church. That is why we come alongside parishes to assist them discover their place in frontier missions. But how? In April I facilitated a Saturday workshop with the mission committee of Holy Cross Cathedral in Loganville, Georgia. We discussed topics such as the biblical basis for […]

An Interview with an AFM Mobilizer

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Johanna works with the Zaza people group in Turkey. AFM: How did you become interested in Turkey? Johanna: My father worked in the military and our family was stationed in Ankara, Turkey for three years. I lived there from age 14 to 16, and during that time I had lots of Turkish friends and came […]

The Persecuted Church

Malaysian Church

Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering. (Hebrews 13:3) As we enter this season of Holy Lent, let us not forget those suffering for cause of Christ around the globe. In Malaysia, Pastor Raymond Koh, a […]

God’s Heart for Yemeni Muslims

Yemen

When Yemen comes up in the news these days, it is often in the context of tragedy. Al-Qaeda, ISIS, civil war, the Sunni/Shia conflict, extreme poverty—all make up our ideas of this land and its people. Our news outlets suggest that Yemen is a nation that embodies the depths of human depravity and that it […]

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Bottom Dwellers- Who Cares?

Tad de Bordenave

Rationale: Mission work should be looked as an investment. For investments like money, time, opportunity, resources, we look for results. We expect influence, impact, and situations that will make a difference. The same should be true for missions. This is not being cold but realistic. We cannot be expected to cover the world with our […]

Being a Blessing to Refugees

Crossing to Macedonia

Twenty-five years ago, I went to Nepal on my first mission trip. I was moved to learn that Christianity supersedes cultural differences! When I returned to the United States, I took the Perspectives class in World Missions. What an eye-opener for me! During the intervening twenty-five years Genesis 12:2 has challenged me, which I interpret […]

We’re Here to Serve Your Church

20170402_091551

One of our core values is esteeming the local church. That is why we come alongside parishes to assist them discover their place in frontier missions. But how? In April I facilitated a Saturday workshop with the mission committee of Holy Cross Cathedral in Loganville, Georgia. We discussed topics such as the biblical basis for […]

An Interview with an AFM Mobilizer

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Johanna works with the Zaza people group in Turkey. AFM: How did you become interested in Turkey? Johanna: My father worked in the military and our family was stationed in Ankara, Turkey for three years. I lived there from age 14 to 16, and during that time I had lots of Turkish friends and came […]

The Persecuted Church

Malaysian Church

Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering. (Hebrews 13:3) As we enter this season of Holy Lent, let us not forget those suffering for cause of Christ around the globe. In Malaysia, Pastor Raymond Koh, a […]

God’s Heart for Yemeni Muslims

Yemen

When Yemen comes up in the news these days, it is often in the context of tragedy. Al-Qaeda, ISIS, civil war, the Sunni/Shia conflict, extreme poverty—all make up our ideas of this land and its people. Our news outlets suggest that Yemen is a nation that embodies the depths of human depravity and that it […]

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