Well, the news it out! I am moving from my role at Pioneers into a new one: President of Missio Nexus. You can see the official announcement my clicking here.
Archive by Author
Herein lies the dark side of missiology: it’s essentially a rebuttal and critique of everything. No good thing is left good on the other side of the missiological debate.
My Dearest Wormwood: I understand that you’ve allowed the Enemy’s soldiers to live amongst the people you’ve been set to guard. No doubt it’s nothing at this point and there is time to countermand this advance, but I am truly sorry for it on your behalf. They look like nothing to fear right now: a […]
Since giving my “Death by Email” seminar a few years back I have been asked the question, “How do you manage contacts?” many times. If you look at most of our phones, we have a mess of contacts. If we sync our phones with GMail (or Outlook or Yahoo… take your pick) AND a work […]
Read the whole thing… the “mega benevolence” section is interesting… Image source: www.onlinechristiancolleges.com
With the “opening” of Cuban/American relations I anticipate a large number of Evangelicals wanting to get involved with the country. Truth be told, there was an avenue to work in Cuba doing ministry beforehand, but the gates are now open wider. Cuba, as most readers will know, is mostly Catholic. However, a growing Evangelical movement […]
I typically post a “top trends” article as the year begins to flip. This year I offer this list of stories I think we will be reading about next year. 1. Continued debate over the definition of missions Under the surface of Great Commission theology is the understanding of what “mission,” “missions,” and “missionary” means. […]
No matter where you go in the world there are two needs basic to every human being. Jesus and jobs. In this post I am going to focus on the latter. A job is a ticket to housing, food and family. A job provides self-respect. It’s better than a hand-out. A good job blesses an […]
One of the concerns that has been consistently expressed about the rise of LGBT rights is that this will suppress religious rights. “Nonsense,” detractors have said, “that will never happen.” This week’s events in Houston rather prove that, in fact, the LGBT agenda will have chilling effects on free exercise of religion. The city of Houston […]