Missions Misunderstood » ethics

Posted June 15th, 2009 by E. Goodman

Dirty, sick orphans living in garbage dumps in South America. Malnourished children in desolate African villages. Underground house churches in outer Chinese provinces. Sex slaves lining the street in a Thailand slum. A burgeoning pub church in Western Europe. What do these scenes have in common? Streams of Christians on mission trips. In an effort […]

Tags: ethics, Humanitarian trips, observation

Posted April 30th, 2009 by E. Goodman

For many would-be ministers, missionaries, and church planters, a full-time, paid position is not going to happen. Some might intentionally reject the paid-clergy model. Others might just not be able to raise the kind of funding that would allow them to quit their day jobs. Either way, lots of ministers are looking for ways to […]

Tags: community development, ethics, marketable skills

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