Mission Hits - Recommended Resource

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I would like to recommend the website called From Every Nation. It is an online platform to collect important resources about global mission, church planting, evangelism, and world Christianity. You can sign up to be included on one or two different email mailing lists:

  1. ‘Mission Hits’ is a twice-monthly email containing links to books, articles, podcasts, videos, conferences, and other media related to world mission/world Christianity. With 15-20 links in each email, and short descriptions of each resource, this digest means you can easily benefit from the best recent material without having to stay connected to a dizzying array of different websites and ministries.
  2. ‘Mission Hits Journals’ is a four-times-a-year email containing lists (with links) to all journal/periodical articles from the 33 different academic publications related to world mission and world Christianity from that previous quarter. From ‘Transformation’ to ‘Missionalia’, and from ‘The International Review of Mission’ to ‘Evangelical Missions Quarterly’, this email enables you to keep up to date with contemporary missiological trends and ideas.

I have signed up to both lists and have found incredibly helpful articles and podcasts that I would have otherwise never known about. I had no idea the wealth of good content that is being written every day about mission. Quite a number of the articles also focus on caring for the poor or community development. Sometimes what I read is helpful to my ministry and other times simply fascinating to read about. Once I even stumbled across a journal article written by a friend that I hadn't known about.

The two email lists target missiologists, researchers, missionaries, teachers, pastors, and church members who are passionate about mission. For more information, including the past archives, and to sign up to the email lists, visit http://www.fromeverynation.net.

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