Missions History

January 3rd in World Evangelism History

On this day in 1956, five young missionaries, Jim Elliot, Nate Saint, Ed McCully, Peter Fleming, and Roger Youderian, established a camp at “Palm Beach”, a sandbar along the Curaray

World’s Largest City: Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo (東京, Tōkyō) is Japan’s capital and the world’s most populous metropolis with a population of approximately 37,126,000. Today, about one to two million Japanese are Christians (about 1% of Japan’s population).

The Gospel Tract

    I know that this is an odd subject to write about. Not that the Gospel would be odd for me to talk about but the fact I am

A Model of Servanthood

The following was in this weeks reading for the students in the Our Generation Training Center. I thought it was a wonderful challenge to all of us desiring to be


In the above picture you will see a pile of stones and a measure used by a very elderly lady. She would use the stones to help weigh out the

National Leadership

As a missionary, you are dealing with national leaders on a regular basis. Sometimes dealing with them causes problems because you want to be the leader and you almost think

Pioneer Parenting: 1st World Problems

I learned of this video from Ed Stetzer (no we are not friends.. I read his blog.) Here is some information that I swiped from his blog that will help

Hold the Rope

I would like to help introduce or reinforce certain terminology for us SENDERS. There is a term that is often used when referring to the role of the SENDER. It

Goer & Sender Coalition

One of my favorite services of the month at our church is called the Goer & Sender Coalition. As you know a coalition is a pact or treaty among individuals

Story of “Come and See India”

I guess with that title you assume I am going to tell you the “story of Come and See India“. Well, I can’t because the story hasn’t happened yet it

Pioneer Senders

One day there were many people working in a house making clothes with their sewing machines. They were doing a very good job but then all of a sudden they

Christian Surface Idols: Family

My last post on this subject was on the Christian Surface Idol: God’s Will. You can read my introductory thoughts there to get a better understanding of what the term

Christian Surface Idols: God’s Will

When I was in India I came to a realization in a strong way that even though the surface idols in India are different than those of American’s we have

From Millionaire to Missionary

The Life of William Borden Written by the Traveling Team.   Original Article: http://www.thetravelingteam.org/node/400   The life of William Borden is not your typical missionary hero story. The beginning of

Be. Do. Serve. Train

The majority of the people who read my blog know or have a pretty good idea what the title “be. do. serve. train” means to our ministry. It is our

Five marks of the bondservant.

Taken from “The Calvary Road” by Roy Hession Luke 17:7-10 First of all, he must be willing to have one thing on top of another put upon him, without any