Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me…for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Mission to children matters because Jesus loves children and because childhood is the most effective time to introduce a person to the gospel. The term ‘4–14 window’ is sometimes used to refer to the age bracket when people are statistically most likely to accept Jesus Christ as Lord.Read the full article
One of the key strategies for reaching gospel-poor people in South East Asia is to support the training of future Christian leaders to strengthen the witness of existing churches.
A CMS missionary recently interviewed Tuy, a student from Vietnam, who has just completed his Masters of Divinity degree in Thailand.Read the full article
God works powerfully through prayer – it is the constant reminder that mission is his business and we are dependent on the Spirit for success. Gordon and Ruth Russell are using their skills in engineering and palliative care as they seek to encourage local Nepalese Christians. Checkpoint asked Gordon and Ruth to share how God has been working in their lives and ministries through prayer.Read the full article
It’s a sad irony that the continent known as Christendom for generations now has the highest percentage of atheists in the world. Yet God is at work in Europe, changing lives and building his church. This article talks about the challenge of missionary work in Europe.Read the full article