Category Archives: Missions

One Courageous Response to Gendercide – The War Against Females, Part 1 of 2

by Gary Brumbelow and Darrow Miller Over 20 years ago, Dr. Ted Yamamori, the President of Food for the Hungry International, was walking through a refugee camp in Ethiopia. He heard the unmistakable cry of an infant struggling for life. … Continue reading

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Restoring the Breach: A Conversation Between Practitioners in Africa

Too often, a truncated gospel message has accompanied our outreach efforts. As Scott Allen has written elsewhere, an artificial division between personal faith and daily life leaves a fragmented Christianity, full of gaps. The effects are perhaps nowhere more obvious than … Continue reading

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No Hope for Today?

Darrow Miller, in an article entitled Agriculture and the Kingdom of God, includes this compelling example of what can happen when missionaries lose sight of the extent of God’s Big Agenda: About twenty years ago, evangelical missionaries moved into the … Continue reading

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William Carey: Missionary Extraordinaire

Mission Frontiers is the journal published by the U.S. Center for World Mission founded by the late Dr. Ralph Winter. We are excited and grateful that this premier missionary publication is printing this excerpt from Scott Allen’s new book, Beyond the Sacred-Secular … Continue reading

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The Visible Results of the Gospel

About ten years ago I began to feel restless about the work of the missionary organization I was part of. To be sure, there was lots to be happy about. We had dedicated missionaries very effective at building relationships in … Continue reading

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Her Lord is Worthy

Among the presentations at the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelism in Cape Town is this powerful testimony of an 18-year-old Korean student. Any Christ follower will find it compelling, but note what this passionate young woman wants to do among … Continue reading

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Gold in Puerto Rico

This week, Darrow Miller is in Puerto Rico at the YWAM base teaching a new workshop, Occupy Till I Come. About 50 people are participating. Most of these are at the base completing a DTS or other YWAM program. Darrow has … Continue reading

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Exciting Opportunities in the Phoenix Area!

Today there are more churches in the world than ever, and yet more brokenness, poverty, corruption, and despair. Why? In Matthew 28:18-20, Jesus gives his marching orders to the Church: make disciples of all nations! Today, the Church has largely … Continue reading

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Getting Involved in the Fight Against Gendercide

Earth, we have a question! The members of the DNA Team Blog were overwhelmed by the response to the blog Gendercide: The War Against Baby Girls. We have been blogging now for a year and a half and we have … Continue reading

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DNA Featured in Two Recent Articles

Kim Moreland is part of Chuck Colson’s BreakPoint staff as one of their lead writers/editors. Last week she wrote an excellent article titled “The Social Gospel and Eternity: The Importance of the Biblical Worldview” and published it on the BreakPoint … Continue reading

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