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Tech solutions to missions problems

International (MNN) — What if the best tool for missions was in your pocket? Technology is everywhere, but sometimes that means the Church forgets that tech can be a missions opportunity. Nick Skytland wants to change that. Skytland wears several hats. He was the co-director of the Hackathon event at …

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Student-developed software enhances radio missions

International (MNN) – Trans World Radio broadcasts their radio programs in 190 countries and 230 different languages. Their reach is powerful and can transmit into remote villages, yet TWR’s Alan Lawton, the Director of Mobilization, says the most difficult part about the broadcasts is knowing if the signal is actually …

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Urbana Faces the Challenge of Calling Gen Z to Missions

Plenty of today’s evangelical leaders look back to Urbana conferences over the years as the catalyst that drove them to ministry. But for the shrinking crowd at InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s (IVCF) triennial conference—held over the past few days in St. Louis—the path to the mission field appears more complicated. The …

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Missions conferences—still relevant?

United States (MNN) – It’s the final day of Urbana 18, the largest student missions conference in North America. But why hold a missions conference now? After all, today’s college generations are possibly some of the least churched in North America. Plus, there has already been 75 years of the …

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John Chau, Missions, and Lessons to be Learned

Missions, as the world has seen this month, is controversial. John Chau’s missionary journey to North Sentinel Island has captured the attention of the world. Many have written their thoughts, and I’ve done my share as well (see part 1 here and my Washington Post article here). Many hot takes …

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John Chau, Missions, and Fools

On November 17th, John Allen Chau was killed by the tribesmen of the remote North Sentinel Island while attempting to share Christ with them. His death made world news and sparked mostly negative and antagonistic reactions towards the idea of missions in general and Chau in particular. From the initial …

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Do you belong in global missions?

International (MNN) — Did you know there are more unreached people today than there were 50 years ago? About 80 percent of the world’s population lives in areas restricting mission activity. Doors are closing on formal missions. Between 2.8-3 billion people in the world are still unreached, according to Scatter …

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