Our hearts and minds must submit to God’s sovereignty even in the most difficult situations, seeing gospel opportunities when the world sees conflict.
The number of Christians in Korea has plateaued for the past two decades since 2000 and has decreased drastically in recent years.
Evangelical churches in Latin America should practice a perspective of justice in the mission of our church which compels us to step outside the comfort of our buildings.
Let us be committed to the urgent and unfinished task of making disciples of Jesus Christ in the whole world. An article by Joshua Bogunjoko.
We live in a time when a radical rethinking of mission is called for and feasible. An article by Wonsuk Ma.
More than 700 migrants found faith in Jesus through this church's Migrants Centers in recent years. Thirty of them were trained as missionaries here and sent back to 13 countries.
For four days, women leaders from 20 European countries gathered in Sarajevo to learn, discuss and network with one another.
The whole gospel includes the proclamation and incarnation of the love of Christ in which the body of Christ makes him visible to the world.
We can choose to limit our learning to minor takeaways, or to use the pandemic to address how we approach missions. An article by Kirst Rievan.
Without the constant renewal of Christ’s peace in our hearts, our emphasis on simple living may be purely a matter of economics and even politics.
Ghana, Brazil, East Asia, and the global church. An article by Philip Lutterodt, Joabe G. Cavalcanti and Loun Ling Lee.
Disconnects and approaches for passing the baton. An article by Victor Lee.
A hundred people attended the Decision 2023 Summit, to reflect on how to bring the gospel message amidst the Spanish secular culture.
I propose that to better protect the calling of the church and her central doctrine of justification by faith alone, there should be separation of church and state. By Simon Jooste from Cape Town.
A summary report of the Lausanne 4 Listening Calls. An article by Steve Sang-Cheol Moon.
The WEA participated in the UN Biodiversity Conference, where 188 countries approved “measures deemed critical to addressing the dangerous loss of biodiversity”.
From over 16 nations across Europe, younger leaders gathered in Poland to connect, share hearts, be prayed for and learn about Europe and what Spirit-filled leadership will mean for today.
Defining ‘transformation’ in the invitational mission of God. An article by Rupen Das.
From 17th to 21st October 2022, 600 Christian leaders from across Asia gathered in Bangkok (Thailand) under the theme of “Rethinking Church and Mission: God’s Agenda for Today”.
Evangelism is a process of building plausible structures to help people take steps of faith towards Jesus. An article by Michael Hart.
World evangelism will especially flourish through the beauty of the Lord’s artistic servants being released to declare His glory. An article by Byron Spradlin.
Contextualization among the tribal people in Northern Luzon, Philippines. An article by Julie Ma.
How far do we prioritise our religious norms at the expense of the freedom to love each other which Christ’s new creation brings?
Rethinking Christian witness in a BJP-run nation. An article by Cynthia Stephen.
Although much of the focus was on preparations for the fourth Lausanne congress (Seoul 2024), participants were constantly challenged to think towards 2050 and beyond.