Organization leaders say college and graduate students are more interested in longer-term, relationship-building projects than they are in quick-hit mission experiences.
Since its inception a decade ago, Facebook has become nearly indispensable to many churches and ministries.
A mission team from Texas near violent protests in the Ukraine called for prayers that political unrest might lead to spiritual renewal in the former Soviet state.
Across the United States, many churches are fading, some churches are closing, and a handful of churches are surging with explosive growth. What makes the difference?
Two Democratic congressmen invited the mother and sister of an American citizen suspected of illegal missionary activity in North Korea to Tuesday’s address to help build public support for his release from prison on humanitarian grounds.
Sarah Turner overcame years of darkness and anger toward God but then learned to ask "what now?" instead of "why?" Her new attitude has freed her to finish college, become a teacher and prepare for a life of possibilities.
Witness amid religious pluralism requires respect and receptivity.
First Baptist Church, Tallahassee, rebuilds home for urban missionaries, offering a glimpse of "the renewal of the church," pastor says.
Rather than discouraging missionary activity, predestination “is the warrant and the ground of our hope that our evangelization is not in vain in the Lord,” say planners of an upcoming student mission conference in Louisville, Ky.