Knowing what relevance looks like

Returning to relevance is not that hard. It just takes some important adjustments. Then imagine the sort of impact your mission will have.

Recent Articles

The Man of Peace Wears a Skirt

Is India’s much heralded Church Planting Movement a Woman to Women Church Planting movement?

Essential Mission Objective Missing?

One aspect of missions that often seems forgotten these days is the stewardship aspect of starting new churches and training new believers.

10 Costly Giving Mistakes

Gilles Gravelle sat down with several high-capacity donors to learn about their giving mistakes and what they learned from it.

How Moving Missions Can Help

Brief, insightful articles, how-to guides, webinars, interviews and more to help your organization be effective in missions giving and doing.

Meet our Specialists

Trends & Shifts
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Gilles Gravelle

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Gilles Gravelle

TRENDS & SHIFTS EDITOR

Gilles is a missions strategist, trends researcher and writer with over 35 years of experience in global missions.

Church & Missions
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Doug Shiplett

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Doug Shiplett

CHURCH & MISSIONS EDITOR

Doug Shiplett has served in key pastoral roles and theological education for over 30 years.

Nationals on Mission
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Elizabeth Stuart

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Elizabeth Stuart

Elizabeth Stuart is the CEO of a nonprofit organization dedicated to seeing generational poverty and unjust cultural practices end by empowering women to find dignity and hope through education and self-worth.

Effective Giving
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Guest Editors

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Various Guest Writers

EFFECTIVE GIVING EDITOR

Our writers from both the business and non-profit sectors share insights on giving among high-net-worth donors

Results Measurement
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Steve Roa

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Steve Roa

RESULTS MEASUREMENT EDITOR

Steve Roa has helped organizations think through how they can best measure results for management and reporting purposes.

Hear What Others Are Saying

“The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science.” Albert Einstein, The World as I See It, 1931 The debate between realism and anti-realism is, at least, a century old.

Frances Wagner

MISSIONS DIRECTOR

“The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science.” Albert Einstein, The World as I See It, 1931 The debate between realism and anti-realism is, at least, a century old.

Maurice Smith

LOCAL CHURCH PASTOR

“The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science.” Albert Einstein, The World as I See It, 1931 The debate between realism and anti-realism is, at least, a century old.

Matilda Ellis

CHARITABLE TRUST MANAGER