Five Missionary Lessons from St. Patrick

  March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day, and we should honor this early missionary. A few years ago,   Carrie Kelly wrote an article for the Intersect Project entitled “The Man Behind the Myth: 5 Things You Can Learn About...

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Missions Is About More Than Just Reaching the Nations

  One day in 2010, I woke up on the floor. Someone was trying to push a pencil between my clenched teeth. Moments before, I had been with friends enjoying dinner, including a memorable bowl of homemade peppermint ice...

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A long road to Southeastern

I came to United States as a refugee almost two years ago.  However, getting to this land was not easy at all. I spent 3 years in Turkey waiting for an age-long process to be approved by the United...

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Praying for Missionaries during the Christmas Season

At Christmas, I’m sometimes asked for specific ways to pray for our missionaries overseas.  I’ve compiled a list of some holiday-specific requests that hopefully will be a springboard for you as you intentionally pray for those sent out from...

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Jim Elliot and John Chau: Learning Lessons from Tragedy

I have a confession. In making this confession, I may be considered a pariah by some. Here it is: For quite some time, I have been critical of the missionary Jim Elliot. For those that are perhaps unfamiliar with...

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Prayer for Syria

Check out the following story and prayer requests from one of our 2+ students currently on the mission field and let it be an encouragement and a call to pray: Story: A Kurdish Muslim family fled Afrin when the...

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On the Nomination of Paul Chitwood as President of the IMB

After months of searching and prayer, the presidential search committee of International Mission Board has announced that they will be recommending Dr. Paul Chitwood as president.   It is not an understatement to say that the president of the...

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Interview with Dr. Ant Greenham About His New Book

Recently two Southern Baptist missiologists and professors have put together a book addressing one of the most crucial questions about Muslim evangelism and Missions. Dr Ant Greenham, Associate Professor of Missions and Islamic Studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary...

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Some Missional Thoughts About the Migrant Caravan

Unless you have signed off social media and have turned off your television, you have read/heard the stories about a so-called caravan of migrants making its way across Central America toward the US border. Thousands of men, women, and...

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How Should Christians Respond to the Growing Muslim Population in the United States?

Micah Fries, senior pastor of Brainerd Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Keith Whitfield, associate professor of Christian theology, dean of graduate studies, and vice president for academic administration at Southeastern Baptist Theology Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina,...

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