If we take seriously Jesus’ directive to go make disciples of all nations, then we should also take seriously his directive to welcome the stranger, the sick, the sojourner and the refugee.
Dr. Celestin Musekura, president and founder of African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries, explains how Westerners can be effective in missions.
Faitth Brooks reflects on her recent learning-exchange trip with other Black women to Rwanda in partnership with Africa New Life Ministries.
I hope The Gospel Coalition will issue an apology for contributing to the stigma that Africa is a dark place. Africa is, in fact, the most beautiful, colorful, dignified and diverse continent. Let us tell our own stories.
The National African American Missions Conference reminds participants they play a unique and important part in fulfilling the Great Commission.