Becoming A World Changing Family
Fun & Innovative Ways to Spread The Good News
By Donna S. Thomas
This book is full of creative ideas that will help readers discover how to see the world as God does and bring the gospel's transforming message to those around them. Its suggestions are not only fun but also practical for even the busiest of families.
Cat & Dog Theology
By Bob Sjogren and Gerald Robinson
The God-given traits of cats ("you exist to serve me") and dogs ("I exist to serve you") are often similar to certain theological attitudes held by many Christians in their view of God and their relationship to him. Using the differences between cats and dogs in a lighthearted manner, the authors challenge this thinking in deep and profound ways. This life-changing book will provide a new perspective and vision for God as we delight in the God who delights in us.
Christian Heroes: Then and Now
Christian Heroes: Then and Now is a series of books about Famous Christian personalities from the past like Adoniram Judson, Corrie Ten Boom, Amy Carmichael, Eric Liddel, C.S. Lewis, and more. You can buy these books individually or in bundle on YWAM's website.
Get Connected: Mobilizing Your Church for God's Mission
By Johnny M. Hunt
Johnny Hunt, a pastor of one of the most dynamic churches in America, shares his experience and insight with other pastors and ministry leaders on church planting. His book shares inspiring stories of how Woodstock and four other churches of different shapes and sizes connected with God's global mission.
Let the Nations Be Glad
By John Piper
John Piper's Let the Nations Be Glad has provided thousands of missionaries, pastors, and church leaders with a biblical basis for missions. Drawing on texts from the Old and New Testaments, Piper demonstrates that worship is the ultimate goal of the church and that proper worship drives missionary outreach. He describes prayer as the fuel of missions work. He illustrates that while suffering is the price of missions, God is worthy of any sacrifice. He also examines whether Jesus is the only way to salvation and discusses the extent of the missionary enterprise, seeking to define the scope of the task and the means to reaching "all nations."
Magnifying Your Vision for the Small Church
By John Rowell
This book tells about the amazing story of how God used a small church to step out in faith. It is an incredible testimony of God's hand directing a small congregation to become involved in the midst of mayhem. It is a reading material highly recommended for pastors, missionaries, church planters, mission teams, church leaders, and more.
Maximum Impact Short-Term Mission: The God-Commanded Repetitive Deployment of Swift, Temporary Non-Professional Missionaries
By Roger P. Peterson, Gordon Aeschliman, and R. Wayne Sneed
Maximum Impact Short-Term Mission can help mission trip leaders reduce unnecessary exposure (risk) and improve mission trip outcomes for everyone involved, by helping to correctly identify all stakeholder and their three time periods of short-term mission trip responsibility.
Missions in the Third Millenium: 21 Key Trends for the 21st Century
By Stan Guthrie
Missions in the Third Millennium is a practical handbook for students, churches, missionaries, agencies, and Christians from outside the West. The book offers insights to help you grasp the big picture and take practical steps for more effective missions involvement. It contains notes, expanded suggestions for further reading, discussion questions, and contact information for key organizations and resources.
Operation World is a definitive guide to global prayer. Now on its 7th edition, Operation World gives you the information you need to focus your prayers and play a vital role to advance God's plan for the nations. Operation World is available in printed form (hardcover and paperback), CD-rom, and DVD-rom.
Serving As Senders
By Neal Pirolo
A missionary needs care in at least six areas: Moral Support, Logistics Support, Financial Support, Prayer Support, Communication Support, and Reentry Support. This book gives scores of practical ideas in how a team can provide the necessary care for a missionary. Chapter One tells "when" and "why" a missionary needs care. Chapters Two through Seven deal with each of the six areas of care. Chapter Eight brings it back to the individual's involvement in caregiving.
The Christian and the "Old" Testament
By Walter Kaiser
Discover the unifying theme of the Old and New Testaments in God's promise to Abraham in Genesis 12. This book shows that despite the variety of literature, subjects, and personalities, there is an overall plan for the sixty-six books of the Bible.
Today's All-Star Missions Churches
By Tom Telford and Lois Shaw
This book uses case studies from churches representing a variety of denominations, sizes, and locations. Each chapter focuses on the unique qualities of a church that has succeeded, ranging from excellence in missionary care to involving children in missions. The successful methods highlighted in this book can be implemented in churches of any size. Missions organization leaders, pastors, and laypeople who want to involve their churches in missions will appreciate this practical and informative book.
Window on the World: When We Pray God Works
By Daphne Spraggett and Jill Johnstone
This book is an A to Z collection of countries and people groups providing an exciting learning experience and guide for prayer. Designed for children, this book contains short stories about featured countries or people groups to help relate foreign lands and people to kids in the West. Each page includes a small map putting the country into perspective with neighboring countries, a fact box with essential country, and people information and prayer points that children can ask God, as well as thank God for. This invaluable resource develops cultural, political, and geographical awareness through a Christian lens.
12 Lessons The Traveling Team
Complete these 12 lessons and become a world Christian. To find out what this world Christian is, visit The Traveling Team's website.
All God's Children
By Kathy Felty
All God's Children is a 13-lesson curriculum that uses Bible lessons and activities to show common needs of children worldwide and develop a compassion for those without Christ. It is suitable for children ages 4-5.
Everybody Ought To Know
By Kathy Felty
Everybody Ought to Know is a 7-lesson curriculum for building a biblical worldview in children ages 3-4.
Free Downloadable Kids Curriculum
Wycliffe offers free downloadable activity pages or lessons plans for use in your classroom or at home. The lessons will keep your child engaged with games, simulations or crafts. You can find these resources on their website.
God's Got Stuff to Do! And He Wants Your Help
God's Got Stuff to Do! And He Wants Your Help introduces kids ages 5-10 to what they can do to help share Jesus with the nations. This 13-week curriculum includes a CD-ROM with detailed teacher resources, the student booklet in PDF format, and a DVD with the 10/40 Window Kids video. Each lesson uses large and small group formats, and incorporates crafts, games, and prayer activities. Lessons lead kids to discover opportunities to go, send others, pray, give, welcome immigrants and refugees, and connect with others for services.
God's Heart for the Nations
God's Heart for the Nations rips apart the old, traditional understandings of God's plan and purpose for our lives. In 8 lessons, this book lays bare the heart and mind of God. It combines powerful Bible passages with challenging and provocative questions. Each lesson is followed by a time of meditation and focus on an unreached people group.
Great Commission Toolbox CD
This is a compilation of mission-related simulations, stories for preschool, grades 1-6, teens and adults.
Kids Around the World: World Changers
Kids Around the World: World Changers is a missions video series about kids. It introduces children or Sunday School class to children in far away lands. This video series will help broaden the children's understanding of the world as they learn about history, geography, and religions of other countries. More importantly, it helps kids gain a heart for children of various unreached people groups around the world who still need to learn that God loves them and know Jesus as their Friend and Savior.
Perspective on the World Christian Movement
Perspectives brings fresh knowledge and understanding of God's unchanging purposes and why they're relevant to your life. Perspectives is a 15-week course designed around four vantage points: Biblical, Historical, Cultural and Strategic. Each point highlights different aspects of God's global purpose.
World Changer Kids
World Changer Kids offers various Christian curriculum for your children or kids' Sunday school class. Their curriculum is classified into four: Who Wants to be a Missionary, The Really Amazing Race, References & Websites, and Hands-on Experience.
The Great KidMission
The Great KidMission inspires kids to look at who God has created them to be and what they can accomplish today and connects these ambitions to dynamic, world changing projects around the world. Their programs include: Camper Programs, Leadership & Youth Training and Pastor's Fellowship and Encouragement.
XPLORE is a 6-lesson small group discussion resource covering the basics of God's word, world, and work, helping students gain a heart for the nations.
Mission Frontiers is a bi-monthly magazine of the US Center for World Mission. Mission Frontiers provides innovative insights on a wide range of topics from the most creative minds and well-known thought leaders in missiology.
Ask A Missionary
This website helps prospective missionaries along on their journey to long-term mission service. Aspiring missionaries can search or browse questions and answers that have already been published. The most helpful questions and answers are published on this website.
Keys to the Nations (Download)
Caleb Resources Ministries
Caleb Resources are designed to help equip you in the task of mobilizing the Church toward awareness, prayer, and service to the world's 3,000+ unreached people groups.
Catalyst Services offers Postings, a free monthly e-newsletter of practical articles in church missions mobilization. You will find many benefits on each issue. For past articles, please visit their website.
Center For Mission Mobilization
Center For Mission Mobilization invites and inspires believers to share in God's passion to see all peoples of every nation worshiping and glorifying His name. They empower believers with the knowledge and wisdom to understand the complexity of world evangelization while training them to thrive in a lifetime of ministry. They also guide believers to the right information, people, and opportunities where they can maximize their life in bringing glory to God in all nations.
Global Frontier Missions
GFM is a non-profit organization that offers short-term missions and missionary trainings to those who are called to become missionaries.
GMI is an international team of evangelical research, GIS and IT professionals passionate about informing, equipping and connecting the Church for more appropriate and effective mission. They partner with different organizations around the world to produce and present world-class research that fuels emerging mission movements and leaders.
God's Kids is an international network of orphanages dedicated to giving children a hopeful future. God's Kids feeds, shelters, clothes, educates and provides medical care to children in five countries worldwide.
This is a blog site of Jordon Cooper, a former Senior Pastor of Lakeland Community Church in Spiritwood, Saskatchewan. The blog site is about urban issues, technology and culture.
Labor Launch provides tools and ideas to equip those in the ministry of missions mobilizing, recruiting and sending.
Missions Interchange encourages collegiate young women to become involved in missions. Missions Interchange provides training, resources, mission trips, to fulfill this goal.
This website provides you with information about worldwide initiatives, access to resources that are available for you ministry, and a framework for linking up with partners around the world.
Mission ONE mobilizes and trains the church for partnership with national missionaries, focusing on unreached people groups and serving the poor and oppressed.
PeopleGroups provides reliable, relevant and real-time information to help you engage unreached people groups around the world.
Samaritan's Purse International Relief
Samaritan's Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Samaritan's Purse help meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God's love through Jesus Christ.
The Traveling Team
The Traveling Team educates and equips college students to become World Christians who fulfill their responsibility in World Evangelization. They also provide missionary students with resources such as books, magazines, websites, videos, and more.
This website has a list of mission videos.
The Key to World Evangelization
By Steve Shadrach