Chiming In: 99% of Immigrants Feel More Welcome After a Dinner

It is an interesting time when the Huffington Post beats many churches to principles of Christian hospitality, but that is precisely what has happened in a recent article they published called, "99% of Immigrants Feel More Welcome After a Dinner." The premise of this article should be common sense, but for many (and I mean…

Is Your Church Part of the Movement?

There is a free tool for local churches at the bottom. Don't miss it! There is a growing movement concerning local missions in North America, and I saw evidence of it this past weekend. The Reaching the Nations in North America summit was a high-water mark for me, because it demonstrated a swell of concern…

Reaching the Nations in North America: Free, Live, Online!

Today is the day for the Reaching the Nations in North America summit in Nashville, The response has been phenomenal, with registration exceeding anything we imagined. And for those of you who wanted to be here but couldn't make it, we have one more opportunity for you to join in! The International Mission Board will…

Concerned about refugees? The GC2 Summit may be for you.

Tomorrow, I am flying to the Chicago area for a leadership meeting concerning an upcoming summit on refugees. The GC2 summit, as they are calling it, will hopefully provide equipping to Evangelicals so we can have a proper response to the current refugee situation. The event was called by Ed Stetzer, and after seeing the initial response for…

In the News: “Why American Cities Are Fighting to Attract Immigrants”

  "In the News" is a series where I highlight research and various articles from around the internet to showcase shifts of missiological significance.  Why American Cities are Fighting to Attract Immigrants The tagline of a recent article in the Atlantic reads, "Many metro areas with large foreign-born populations have thriving local economies. And now…