Well Said: Hudson Taylor, Internationals, Charleston, Small Churches - Radical

Well Said: Hudson Taylor, Internationals, Charleston, Small Churches

Hudson Taylor and the Founding of China Inland Missions, 150th Anniversary: "On June 25, 1865, Taylor knelt on a beach in Brighton, England and cried out to God asking him to supply skilled, willing workers to bring the gospel to the inland provinces of China." (Don Sweeting)

Building Relationships with Internationals: "One of our desires as a church is to be used by God to share the gospel with the international community in our own backyard. Here are 4 tips to help you build relationships with internationals…" (Joshua Hedger)

What Charleston Should Remind Us About Forgiveness and Justice: "Too often, we assume that forgiveness means something far different from what forgiveness means in the Bible…. Forgiveness, in the Christian sense, is not at odds with justice." (Russell Moore)

Your Small Church is Big: "Small churches may be Christianity's most overlooked, underutilized asset. If they've been reaching the world while we've been looking the other way, just imagine what they could do with our support." (Karl Vaters)

10 Reasons Racism is Offensive to God: "As Christians we must think and feel deeply not just the what of the Bible but the why. If racism is so bad, why is it so bad?" (Kevin DeYoung)

Jonathan Lenning is the General Manager of Sales at Cottage Supply Company in Birmingham, Alabama. He previously worked on staff at Radical.

Less than 1% of all money given to missions goes to unreached people and places.*

That means that the people with the most urgent spiritual and physical needs on the planet are receiving the least amount of support. Let's change that!