Each year, the 9Marks at Southeastern Conference examines a particular topic related to church health and provides biblical and practical help fellow pastors and leaders.
Should churches excommunicate someone who joins an “open and affirming” congregation?
Our editorial manager Alex Duke sat down with author Andy Johnson to talk about his new book Missions and the importance of being intentional in our missionary endeavors.
Here are a few comments intended to encourage you to fold single-adult friends into your special family events.
In this 9Marks interview, missions pastor Andy Johnson sits down with two international Christians—”Arnold” and “Vincent”—to discuss the role the Western church plays in the growth of Christianity abroad, particularly in the Muslim world and China.
Your ordinary vocational gifts and talents might be a treasure to a congregation in Malaysia or London or Istanbul or Dubai.
Four lessons from one church’s efforts to reach internationals in its own metro area.
You cannot cooperate with everyone in the work of missions, but when you do, you help to clarify the gospel.
Our love for Jesus never shines brighter than when we rejoice in the progress of the gospel—in others’ churches.
You are not an island, so don’t think that the uniqueness of your role somehow isolates you from others.
Don’t support just any parachurch organization. Instead, use them to support efforts, individuals, or teams that you trust.
This, I think, is the key takeaway from this book: If you start with man, you won’t rise above man-made theories.
“Answers can be given solely on the basis of Scripture.” That is what sets this book apart from so many modern books on missions.
In an effort to annually assess our missionary workers’ needs and activities, Capitol Hill Baptist Church sends the following questionnaire to all of the workers it supports directly or indirectly through the International Missions Board. CHBC’s overall evaluation of a missionary is based on lots of other factors, including our personal relationships with the workers. […]