Training: Are you making healthy disciples?
"there’s something about SOAR that keeps me coming back!”
Mahmoud grew up in the Middle East in a strong Muslim family.
I grew up in a family that knew nothing about God.
During my TREK training, God taught me something about confidence.
My father was an alcoholic. Therefore, my early childhood was scarred by pain and disappointment.
Proclaiming the Gospel
As a child, I had a big dream about being famous, and I took many expensive music lessons to make my dream come true.
A Dream of Clean Clothes and Young Translators and Lost Sheep
I was fifteen when I was arrested. My boyfriend was thirty-five.
An Interview with an Evangelist
“I left my business because I felt a call to ministry,”
Summer 2014 - Editorial
My name is Tashi and I was born in the Himalayan plateau. I come from a family of nomads.
“At first, it was just an idea. Actually, it was a God-sized dream"
In 1994, I was sitting in a university classroom while genocide was ravaging Rwanda.
An interview with Rudi Plett
Sometimes, God orchestrates interesting conversations when we least expect them.
A TREK team arrived in Chachoengsao, Thailand, and discovered Koi’s Coffee, a small coffee shop in their neighborhood.
Living Mission Everywhere
In Acts 1:8, Jesus said, “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
“God is crazy about lost people and he wants us to get in on the action,” said Bill Hogg, one of the presenters at the AWAKE weekend held in Waterloo, Ontario in September 2013.
During the past year of preparation, we’ve been reminded again and again that the missional impulse derived from Jesus is what drives the church; it’s not about our programs.
In Guadalajara, Mexico, two years ago, one of our teams planted a church in a neighborhood called Campo Real.
Is MB Mission ready for the future? Are we positioned for growth?
It was after midnight when we arrived in Lima, Peru. We were tired after a long journey, and we didn’t know what to expect.