I’m not cut out for mission!

by Arab World Ministries
Posted on 28th July 2022
Have you ever felt called to overseas mission but thought you weren’t the right person to go? When thinking about engaging in cross-cultural mission, sometimes we can feel like the biggest barrier is ourselves. It can be so easy to have self-doubt: Am I really cut out for mission? The thought of...

Discerning God's Will for your Life

by Mike Frith
Posted on 30th April 2022
I was asked to give a talk at a NextGen young adult event in Bristol on this topic, so I pulled together my top tips from a life of trying to discern and then follow God's leading, particularly in the area of career, mission and ministry. Whilst only in note...

How will they know if no one tells them?

by Anonymous
Posted on 1st March 2022
“How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them … Consequently, faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard...

Staying Positive

by Beth Sear
Posted on 1st March 2022
Introduction One part of life we can be pretty confident of is that occasionally, challenges will get thrown our way. Whether it’s personal trials like a relationship breakdown or global challenges like the COVID19 pandemic, we will all face opposition to our mission in life from time to time. During...

The Church in China: It’s Complicated

by Joann Pittman
Posted on 1st February 2022
Whenever I field questions about the church in China, or anything related to China for that matter, I invariably find myself responding, “It’s complicated.” I encountered the truth of this assessment during my last trip to Beijing in December 2019. On a very cold Sunday morning I made my way...

Keeping New Year's Resolutions

by Vince Antonucci
Posted on 1st January 2022
A new year gives you the feeling of a fresh start. That’s why a lot of people make New Year’s Resolutions. But maybe you’re pessimistic when it comes to New Year’s Resolutions. Perhaps you’ve made some and not kept them, so you think, “Why bother?” The problem isn’t making a New...

Creating an End of Year Video Update

by W. Ashley Maddox
Posted on 1st November 2021
Dreading making your next video update for your mission or ministry? Here is an easy way to do it that can share what your ministry is, bring clarity on what you do, and give actionable steps to the viewer. If you’re in missions or ministry, you've probably have sent out...

Time to Reset our Travel?

by Caroline Pomeroy
Posted on 1st October 2021
In March last year the sky above my house suddenly emptied of planes and their contrails, and we all began to notice the birdsong. Lockdown meant that harmful carbon emissions from travel more or less ceased overnight. The sudden dip in emissions has been likened to someone turning off the...

Christian Guest House in London

by Sue Scalora
Posted on 1st September 2021
Starting as the Foreign Missions Club in 1893, The Highbury Centre has been offering Christian accommodation in North London for over 125 years. When the Foreign Missions Club was formed, one of the key goals was to offer missionaries a comfortable, safe, and friendly place to stay in London. From the...

Insurance Post-Coronavirus

by Access Insurance
Posted on 1st September 2021
After the last year, charities, churches and other organisations are re-evaluating their activities, adapting to flexible working and looking for sustainable and efficient ways to operate. Post-pandemic, there are several considerations that charities face in managing risk and reviewing their insurance: Cutting costs We are seeing many charities seeking to cut costs;...
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