Missions Misunderstood » MKs

Posted April 2nd, 2008 by E. Goodman

The concept of “people groups” has radically affected they way we do missions. It used to be that missionaries were sent to minister to the people of a given country. These days, however, we recognize that people group themselves and identify with communities that may not necessarily conform to (sometimes random and often disputed) political […]

Filed under:Culture, MKs, Missiology, Misunderstood, Trends Posted May 25th, 2007 by E. Goodman

You’ve heard stories about missionaries suffering through difficult living conditions. You know that nearly all of them struggle through the processes of language learning and culture shock. Some have been ridiculed for their nationality, others have are persecuted for what they believe. Few would complain about these trials; after all, they signed up for this […]