There aren’t any magic church-planting beans that make a church spring up from the ground in an unreached people group. But as it turns out, coffee beans are essential for one group of church planters in Asia, and God is Continue reading →
BY MARTI WADE September 15, 2016
In the best-selling book The Insanity of God (and now a documentary film of the same name), Nik Ripkin describes a personal journey to understand and support Christians in places where being Continue reading →
Yasmine is a quiet, soft-spoken, Indian woman. But behind her quiet demeanor lay heartache and pain.
Years ago, her husband contracted HIV and then passed the disease to her and her two sons. He died two years ago. After her Continue reading →
We just completed one of the most intense days of our lives. As part of our orientation, we were introduced to the Thai language, Thai culture and important do’s and dont’s.
For example, Continue reading →
By Cary Ramsay, South East Asia
Whirlwind tours of teams, time zones and mission fields among the unreached people groups of the world are part of my role as a coach for new missionaries with Pioneers. My last trip was Continue reading →