Considering going overseas short or long term? The International Mission Board is looking for missionaries with skills and calling for media, church planting, and leadership training related jobs. Click here to read about prayer needs, missions, and mobilization opportunities.
The North American Mission Board is about moving people and churches to all regions of North America to spread the gospel and plant churches. To learn more, click here.
Graham School Associate Dean of Missions and Professor of Missions and Cultural Anthropology David Sills hosts a website devoted to reaching and teaching the nations through short term trips, consultation, and peoples groups research. The website contains many resources related to orality, church planting, and research.
Culturnicity is a blog devoted to thinking about all things related to missions and culture. You will find ethnographies and papers on orality, ethnographic research, anthropology, and intercultural communication.
Dr. J. D. Payne hosts a website devoted to equipping you for multiplication of disciples, leaders, and churches. Dr. Payne regularly provides data on immigration and the diaspora movement in North America.
The Joshua Project is a mobilization website providing research, prayer needs, and service opportunities focused on the least reached peoples of the world.
The IMB’s Global Research department provides statistics on peoples groups, church planting, world population, and maps of the peoples of the world.
Operation World provides information and prayer needs for every country in the world.