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The Missions Podcast
Answering Hard Questions About Missions, Theology, and Practice
Ways to Listen
Dan Strange: A Theology of Religions and The Southgate Fellowship
Brooks Buser Answers: How Dare Missionaries Seek to Convert?
Tragedy in Beirut and What It Means for Missions: Pierre Houssney Speaks
Should We ‘Follow the Science’ in Missions?
Questioning Contextualization? With C.R. Wiley
T4G20 Panel: The Local Church and the Nations
Paul Davis: Why the Gospel Must Be ‘Preached’
The Tragic Fruit of Liberalism in Missions: Mark Tatlock Explains
Insider Movements: Definitions and Dangers With Matthew Bennett
Throwback: Is Every Christian a Missionary? Matthew Ellison and Denny Spitters Answer
Disciple-Making Movements: A Critical Discussion With Dr. Glenn Sunshine
Why Theology Must Shape Mission: A Chat With Zane Pratt
Brooks Buser on the Urgency of Eternity and the Dangers of Pragmatism
What Missionaries Need to Know About the Faith and Works Debate: Chris Bruno on Justification and the Missiology of Paul and James
What Is the Mission of God’s People?
Faithfulness or Pragmatism? Andy Johnson on Methodologies
Do We Need to Redefine Unreached? Matthew Bennett Answers
Tom Ascol and Jared Longshore on the Priority of Preaching, God’s Sovereignty, and Discernment
John Taylor: 5 Problems With Money, Nationals, and Helping That Hurts
Does Business as Mission Work?
Zane Pratt: Are Explosive Disciple-Making Movements Really Healthy?
Collin Hansen: Social Justice, Racial Reconciliation, and Missions
Church Planting: Multiethnic or Homogeneous Units?
When Everything Is Missions… (Nothing Is): A Chat With Denny Spitters and Matthew Ellison
How Much Contextualization Is Too Much?