Articles for Outreach & Missions

Articles for Outreach & Missions

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The Hyper-Connected Church

Jason Lewis offers these tips when reaching out to a hyper-connected society.

McDowell: Most Christians Can't Explain Their Faith

Apologist Josh McDowell chides Christians and pastors for their inability to explain what they believe.

New Study: Multisites Outnumber Megachurches

A study released last week revealed that multisite churches are outnumbering megachurches.

Irksome Christians

Lee Strobel describes how some Christians manage to repel people from God.

Chris Seay on Outreach

"Every time I tell the story of God, I realize I want to keep telling the story better and better."

Top-Tier Execs Applying Their Faith

New study shows top-level leaders bringing faith to work. Can the church help?

What Every Church Planter Needs

A called-by-God church planter is a truly focused individual. He knows that he needs specific things in order to do what God has called...

The Top Two Tasks of a Reproducing Church

Healthy, reproducing churches should first develop more leaders and more artists.

'Back to Church Sunday' Empowers Churches

Thousands join to reach the unchurched in their communities.

Pakistan Disaster Worsening, Needs Prayer

Massive rains and flooding have claimed the lives of thousands of people in Pakistan.

Why Your Church Should Be on Twitter

With over 50 million users, Twitter is a fresh tool for expanding outreach.

Creating a Compassion Bail-Out

The church is called to bring hope to the hurting and take action in times like these.

5 Tests a Church Planter Will Face

"Dear church planter, you are foolish if you believe everyone thinks what you are doing is a good thing."

Show Me How to Die

"We want to be rescued from our pain, but often prematurely," says Anne Jackson

The Story of Now

Anne Jackson encourages us to share the brokenness happening in our loves at this very moment.

Back to School: Encourage Students &Teachers

A new school year is a great time for outreach!

Historic Finale to Harvest Crusade

Greg Laurie, Steven Curtis Chapman and others bring messages of hope to more than 45,000 at Angel Stadium.

Aid Workers Brutally Killed in Afghanistan

The Taliban has officially accepted responsibility for the execution-style killings of ten aid workers.

Vampire Author “Quits Christianity”

"In the name of Christ, I quit Christianity and being Christian," says Anne Rice.

New Study: Faith Isn’t Top Priority

New Barna study shows gap between Christians and faith commitment.

Latest News

Every Day, Two Churches in France Are Vandalized

Church vandalism is on the rise in France. In 2018, an average of two attacks on churches per day occurred, and in February 2019, the country saw 50 such attacks.

New Podcasts

Kara Powell: Teens Want Faith, Not Church

Kara Powell of the Fuller Youth Institute addresses parents' concerns over teens leaving the church. Powell says what may seem like a teen turning from faith may actually be a young person turning from forms of church that make sense to the parent, but not the child.