Dr. Bright Was Brilliant. And Some Of Us May Have Forgotten That

A recent Christianity Today article took the ministry of Cru to task over issues of how the ministry is handling social justice issues and Critical Race Theory. I’m no fan…

Partnerships in the Gospel

This article is from my teaching session yesterday on partnerships delivered to a group of Pakistani young adults preparing for ministry. In my earlier lesson on Stewardship I mentioned a…

The Stewardship Of The Gospel

In my early days in radio, working at KVOI in Tucson, our station was only licensed to broadcast from sunrise to sunset. Our management applied to the FCC to get…

The Tragedy of Ravi Zacharias

It’s the question that many Christians are asking right now. Is Ravi Zacharias in heaven? Ravi Zacharias was a brilliant apologist. If you’ve seen his debates, read his books, or…

Hey, I Got A Medal

Why do you serve God, if you serve him at all? Many times I’ve found myself saying that I want to serve Jesus by bringing others to him. I want…

A Missionary’s Most Difficult Task: Releasing His Kids

I’ll never forget the day my friend Karl called to tell me he was leaving Mongolia, never to return. We were planning to work on a ministry project together. Then,…

Real Teams, Real Goals, Real Transformation

When you are a missionary working in a foreign country the amount of materials and training resources you sometimes have can be a bit limited (minus the annual trip the…

Not So Subjective A Thing

I’ve spent a great deal of time during the last few weeks talking with Mongolian Christians about their desire to reach all of Mongolia for Christ. If there is one…

Persecution and Persistence

I started reading Persecution by David Limbaugh this week. I realize that the book may be nearly two years old, but as I said earlier, my access to good western…