Propelled by Love

Propelled by Love

How a young African woman is moving past the cultural and societal expectations of women for the sake of The Great Commission. We sit across the table from one another on the terrace of the coffee shop. It’s a warm day, but she is wearing a winter coat over a...
A Case For Mobilization

A Case For Mobilization

Why missions is dependent on a little-known group of people within the Church.   Pollster George Barna projected tens of thousands of U.S. churches would close their doors this decade, not because of low funds or programs, but because of lack of vision.[i] Not only...
Families Take a Front Seat

Families Take a Front Seat

Weave writer Karen Hardin shares about Parenting With a Global Vision, a brand new CMM resource that inspires families to take the front seat in mobilization by showing them how to live on mission together. In an interview with Karen, she talks about how this unique...
The Untapped Potential

The Untapped Potential

Why gospel-saturated Latin America could become an epicenter of sending.  As Charlie and Anna said their goodbyes to their family, they got into their car and prayed that God would give them courage and faith as they made the 24-hour drive to Mexico. Mixed...
The Gift of the Unexpected

The Gift of the Unexpected

How Pakistani families are fueling a mission movement in the midst of a pandemic. Covid-19 pandemic swept across the city of Lahore, Pakistan and brought everyone’s jobs, projects and ministries to a standstill. Churches closed. Mission workers were confined to...

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