From Africa to Jerusalem

Many African Christians are ready to suffer for Christ and his Kingdom when they bring the Gospel through North Africa and back to Jerusalem. The Chinese “Back to Jerusalem”-movement is well-known for its commitment to lead people to Jesus and plant churches along the former Silk Road between China and the Middle East. Their African…

The unattended mission problem

The problem is huge and it causes great damages for individuals and teams in mission. For several reasons it is still not getting much attention. It drains spiritual energy, can decrease the capacity for healthy relationships, and can potentially end the missionary´s career and marriage, concludes an article in Evangelical Missions Quarterly (EMQ). The human…

Good Reads

TMBriefs recommends the following articles on missions and integration of faith in your daily life:

Christianity Today:
Meet the Rio Olympians Who Put God Before Gold
http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2016/august-web-only/meet-rio-olympians-who-put-god-before-gold.html

Godreports:
Iran has fastest growing evangelical population in the world
http://blog.godreports.com/2016/03/iran-has-fastest-growing-evangelical-population-in-the-world

Mission Frontiers:
International Students – A Historic Opportunity to Reach the Nations
http://www.missionfrontiers.org/issue/article/international-students