Category Archives: Missions

Egypt’s Bible Society Distributes 1.65 Million Gospel Tracts Following Beheadings of Christians in Libya

Undaunted by the slaughter of 21 Christians in Libya, the director of the Bible Society of Egypt saw a golden gospel opportunity.

God is at Work Amid the Chaos in the Middle East

Once again the world’s attention is drawn to the Middle East with the death of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz and the tendered resignation of Yemen’s president, Abd…

Evangelism Agency, SEND International, says it is in Desperate Need of More Missionaries

Evangelical mission organisation SEND International is in dire need of mission workers to assist in fulfilling its church-planting mission.

Calling of Korean Christian Missionaries Highlighted Amid AirAsia Flight Tragedy

The young Korean family aboard the AirAsia jetliner that vanished on Sunday belonged to a group of active South Korean travelers: Christian missionaries.

Missionary Shelley Foster Remembered for Going the Extra Mile

Known by friends and colleagues for her willingness to “go the extra mile,” missionary Shelley Foster died Dec. 13 in Garland, Texas, from complications with a bone marrow transplant. She…

Former Terrorists Helping Wycliffe Associates With Bible Translation

Bible translation is underway in areas hostile to Christianity and Westerners, but the real story may be the people doing the translation work.