Talking with someone from a foreign country can be challenging, but Christians should ask missionary kids questions that make them feel seen, understood, and loved.
How will you spend your retirement? The significant number of baby boomer retirees could become a powerful missionary force for the next decade.
When Willie and Paulette Strickland left the mission field after 15 years, they didn’t think they’d accomplished anything. Five years later, their discipleship produced a thriving church in one of Latin America’s spiritually darkest cities.
For Paul, the ultimate question isn’t whether there are visible products to someone’s ministry, but whether or not those results are born by the Holy Spirit.
If we want our children to understand the cost of following Christ and the state of the global church, we must teach them about persecution.