Missions

Meet the Brothers: Bishop David Perrin (pt. 4)

What are the barriers to getting on the mission field? What are the barriers to getting your church invested in missions?

Meet the Brothers: Bishop David Perrin (pt. 3)

C’mon up and learn about the National African-American’s Missions Conference and its history within the larger tradition of African-American’s participation in missions.

GOOD MORNING, LORD!

Each day is a gift. May this poem help you see fresh mercies from our Lord!

Meet the Brothers: Bishop David Perrin

Thabiti joins Bishop David Perrin, who has faithfully served in Washington D.C. area for a long time, to discuss life, ministry, and God’s faithfulness throughout both.

Black Missionaries on Students & Callings

Thabiti Anyabwile got up with Tim and Naia Byrd, missionaries in South Africa, and Byron Johnson, who was with Campus Outreach for over twenty years, to talk about missions in the student context from the African-American perspective.

Ask Yourself, Ask Your Church

Thabiti Anyabwile shares five questions every Christian and church leader should ask themselves and their church, especially considering that “every Christian and ministry faces the slow, subtle, suffocating pressure of the ordinary.”

Single Black Sister Serves in 10/40 Window

Usually on The Front Porch, we chop it up about topics surrounding pastoral ministry and the African-American church. But today we’re sitting with a single, African-American sister who has been … Continue reading

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African-Americans in Missions

African-Americans are a part of a unique story in foreign missions that is seldom told. In this talk, originally given at CROSS, Tim steps into this rich history and discusses … Continue reading

Interview With Tim Byrd, Missionary to South Africa

One of the joys I have, as pastor in a local church, is being able to encourage and support local and foreign missions. If the local church is doing anything, … Continue reading

Why We Must Labor for Laborers: The Shortage of African-American Missionaries

Not too long ago I heard a startling statistic. According to some recent reports there are roughly 300 African Americans engaged in long term international missions. And most feel that … Continue reading

Strengths We’ve Lost: Missions

Memory is a blessed aid to faith. Recalling the works of God’s salvation, providence, and goodness stir the anticipation of future grace and present power. It works that way in … Continue reading