Mission

Doing Missions in the Digital Age (Video)

Doing Missions in the Digital Age (Video)

Technology has changed the way we do everything in the world today. This is not different for the missionary enterprise. In what ways do the digital advancements our generation is experiencing create new opportunities for the advancement of the Gospel. A few thoughts have been shared in this video.

My Missionary Chronicles: Ogoja Refugee Settlements

My Missionary Chronicles: Ogoja Refugee Settlements

In 2019, I accidentally got to meet a few Cameroonian refugees on transit, fleeing their country in search of safety. This has become a journey of more than one year now. Let me give you a speed ride of this journey.

Rethinking how your church collects offering

Rethinking how your church collects offering

No pastor wants to lead a church that is financially struggling. Limited funds mean you can do less ministry and reach less people – except your church is a different kind that doesn’t pay bills. Your church is a non-profit organization because it runs and operates on the offerings (free will donations) of its members….

Who Is Yet To Hear? – Understanding where the Gospel is yet to reach to in today’s world

Who Is Yet To Hear? – Understanding where the Gospel is yet to reach to in today’s world

Sometime in 2013, Yunus picked me up in his rickshaw after I had joined them to watch a football match at the open air cinema in their small town. As we rode home, we began a conversation that had to do with him learning to speak English and he wondered if I could tutor him…

Planting Churches is Not Making Disciples

Planting Churches is Not Making Disciples

Preamble We know that what Jesus came to do on earth was not to start a religion but to establish a Kingdom, basically a new pattern of living, with different sets of values and allegiance to a different authority. This is why when He was leaving He said “Go into the entire world and make…