Adults

Cultures, Conversations, and Challenges

women at a cafe in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Whether you share the gospel in Malaysia or in the United States, you face different cultures, the need to have relational conversations, and other challenges.

Working with Refugees, Stage 6: Enhance Work with Refugees

silhouette of refugees walking in a row

With this final chapter of learning how to hear from God where He wants you to join Him at work and how to begin a faith-based ministry, we will learn about steps each organization must consider after the first month or year of the ministry organization’s life.

Missions . . . To Go, Please

missions every day

“Thanks for the prayers!” The text was short and sweet, but the message was clear. Tracy knew she was making a difference in Melissa’s life. Melissa had delivered mail to Tracy for 3 years and throughout that time, Tracy made a deliberate effort to build a relationship with the postal worker.

Serving Christ in Personal Suffering

woman comforting a friend who is suffering

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about half of all adults struggle with at least one chronic health condition. Most who battle an ongoing health problem find it hard to keep up with everyday tasks.

What is Postmodernism? Bridging the Gap

Postmodernism is a growing mind-set in our society. Just what is postmodernism? It’s a collection of beliefs whereby a person subscribes to universal acceptance, tolerance, and open-mindedness in all things.

Navigate Life’s Detours with Peace and Purpose

young woman sitting in chair in field reading Bible and praying

The doctor turned off the screen and put down his ultrasound probe. With a grim expression, he confronted us with his findings. “Mrs. Conner, I’m afraid you are pregnant with triplets,” he said.

Never Give Up When Someone You Love Is Lost

Never Give Up When Someone You Love Is Lost

As much as you love your family members and friends and desire for them to know Jesus, remember that God loves them more and His will is that all should be saved (2 Peter 3:9).

Working with Refugees, Stage 5: Being and Doing

Day 1 blackboard

God must be the initiator of a faith-based ministry with and for refugees and asylum-seekers. This ministry requires God’s heart in each person seeking to help them.

“I’d Rather Be Fishing”: Host a Fishing Day for Local Children

little boy and senior adult man catching a fish

Connecting with children outdoors is a great way to engage their full attention. Chances are you have some men and women in your church who love to fish. Get them involved in a 1-day missions outreach by hosting free fishing lessons in your community.

Persistent in Reaching South Carolina Families

Clements family sitting on dock

Brandon Clements has been a part of Midtown Fellowship in Columbia, South Carolina, since its early days. During his junior year at Anderson University in 2006, he accepted the opportunity to serve as an intern at Midtown Fellowship.

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