Stella McMillian*

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Journeyman experiences God at work among Thailand’s Deaf

When Sarah Mitchell first moved to Bangkok, Thailand, to serve as a Journeyman to the Deaf with the International Mission Board, it was the first time she’d ever lived anywhere besides the house where she grew up.

Event solidifies IMB partnerships in missions

Jonas Kang was stuck. Kang, director of the Korea World Missions Association, had several young couples who wanted to be sent as missionaries, but no opportunities to send them.

East Asian believers spread Christmas message in spite of bitter cold

This Christmas season, even sub-zero temperatures have not deterred East Asian Christians from sharing the gospel. One country, in particular, is known for frigid winter weather. In the capital city during December, the average daily low temperature is minus 9 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Called to heal and proclaim

Spencer Jones, a doctor who serves with the IMB in Southeast Asia, remembers the moment Christ’s love truly made sense to a patient and her husband.

English practice leads to Gospel friendships

In the Japanese language, there are two distinct words for communication. “Tatemae” means the façade you put up in front of other people, and “honne” means what you really think and feel. Building a deep enough friendship with someone that they feel comfortable sharing their “honne,” their true self, can take years.

Believers see abundant harvest in east Taiwan

As Li Qing sat fishing off the coast of Ludao, a tiny island in east Taiwan, a question kept troubling his mind. He knew he hadn’t lived a perfect life, and the weight of his sin burdened him.

Easter opens door for the Gospel at schools in Taiwan

KAOHSIUNG, Taiwan (BP) – Six small faces pressed up against the window into the fourth-grade classroom. Their eyes danced with excitement, curious about what was going on inside.

Los términos de servicio cortos brindan múltiples caminos al campo misionero

Kristy Phillips* había considerado postularse para servir en la Junta de Misiones Internacionales (IMB) desde que era una adolescente. Lo pensó, oró al respecto e incluso llenó los formularios de solicitud. Aun así, ella nunca se atrevió a presentarlos.

Short terms of service provide multiple pathways to mission field

Kristy Phillips* had pondered applying to serve with the IMB since she was a teenager. She thought about it, prayed about it, and even filled out the application forms. Still, she could never bring herself to submit them.

FIRST-PERSON: Lunar New Year creates gospel opportunities

At the core of the Great Commission is the call for believers to scatter themselves to a world in need. As a worker serving in Asia, I see a wonderful picture of this happening each winter when it’s time to celebrate the Lunar New Year. Lunar New Year is the biggest holiday in several Asian […]