According to the New York Times, “As of September 14, about 64,000 evacuees from Afghanistan had arrived in the United States. … Nearly 49,000 are living on eight domestic military bases, waiting to be resettled in the United States.”
As hundreds of thousands of Afghans are fleeing to other countries to escape the Taliban, Christian charity Leading The Way is offering them the hope of the Gospel by distributing solar-powered audio Bibles.
Most churches and organizations adapted or “pressed pause” on global missions work last year due to the pandemic. Yet, according to Barna researchers, the overall perspective on how to practice missions and global evangelism began shifting even before then, especially among younger generations.
Lebanon sinks to a new low. According to the United Nations, more than 70-percent of Lebanese now live below the poverty line. The rate was less than 30-percent before the 2019 revolt began. Nonetheless, hope remains.
Did you know there are more evangelical Christians in Saudi Arabia than in Poland? That’s partly due to the prevalence of cults; according to Operation World, Jehovah’s Witnesses outnumber evangelicals two-to-one.
There’s a new wave of persecution underway in India’s Uttar Pradesh state. International Christian Concern reports nearly 50 attacks targeting believers in less than three months. More India headlines here.
What may have been a seemingly insignificant and obscure conversation among a few church/mission leaders about orality, oral cultures and oral learners back in the 1970s and ‘80s, has become an important movement in the global mission world. While the terms may be new to […]