QUYỀN NĂNG CAO CẢ CỦA ĐỨC CHÚA TRỜI Ở VIỆT NAM (Ê-phê 1:4-5)

Missions and Offense of Cross

‘…The missionary-apologist is decidedly unapologetic. ‘[One author] makes explicit something that at times goes unstated—we seek fresh ways to communicate the gospel cross-culturally not so that it may be more palatable, but so that it confronts the culture… Read More

Missions: Success, faithfulness, rapid, deception

‘Let’s be honest: faithfulness is not the first synonym that springs to mind when we hear the word success. ‘Over the past 20 years, a proliferation of new missionary methods has shifted the definition of missionary success. Increasingly, I meet missionaries… Read More

Inerrancy and Missions

Missionaries can’t distinguish Christianity without an inerrant Bible. Missionaries can’t establish and maintain healthy churches without an inerrant Bible. Missionaries can’t train indigenous pastors without an inerrant Bible.   ‘Evangelical inerrantists have labored for decades to uphold the… Read More

“Success” and Missions: G. Aylward

What would the Baptist missionary Gladys Aylward (1902-1970) teach us about biblical missions? ‘As an adult, Aylward stood less than 5 feet tall in her ragged clothes, and she had little formal education. This small woman looked unlikely… Read More

A Plea for Gospel Sanity in Missions

Mr. Sequeira has a beneficial article that seems to get to the heart of the matter with much of what goes on in the world of missions. He’s a Christian-background Indian who writes here of the abuses he’s… Read More

Reformation: Why it Matters for Missions

‘The question remains, however, is it possible for Protestants today to be both faithful to the gospel and be in sync with the Vatican?…. While commonalities between Roman Catholics and Protestants do exist and should be celebrated, key… Read More

Committed to Doctrines of Grace and Missions

Sometimes a commitment to the doctrines of grace has led some Christians to wrongly become hyper Calvinists (click here). This only proves that no system keeps man from being thoroughly depraved; but that point proves Calvinism rather than… Read More

John Calvin and Missions

Mr. Shawn Wright helps us consider a few truths often forgotten from church history: ‘Even though the Protestant reformers of the sixteenth century were regularly fighting for their survival because of Catholic assaults, and even though they had… Read More

Does Calvinism Kill Missions?

‘John Calvin: Calvin sent missionaries from Geneva into France and as far away as Brazil. Most of these young men sent to France died a martyr’s death, but the church of Geneva continued to send them. ‘John Eliot:… Read More

Researching Calvinism and Missions?

Consider these resources: Van den Berg, “Calvin’s Missionary Message: Some Remarks About the Relation Between Calvinism and Missions,” Evangelical Missions Quarterly 22 (1950): 174-187. Carr Sargant, “Calvinism, Arminianism and Missions,” London Quarterly and Holborn Review 176 (1951): 340-344…. Read More