Go

Contact Us in the UK

  • Phone: 01302 811319
  • Email: 
  • Mailing Address:  24 Elmfield Road, Hyde Park, Doncaster, South Yorkshire DN1 2BA

Contact Us in the US

  • Phone: 202.468.4571
  • Email: 
  • Mailing Address: PO Box 5188 Wheaton, IL 60189-5188

news from the Radstock network

liberating the people

Posted by Peter Walters on

Posted by Paul Williams Continuing our series on ministry among Kurds in the UK and Kurdistan, our correspondent looks at the impact of the Gospel on one man, and considers its wider implications.             Life is becoming saturated with poignant moments...

Continue reading…

Tags: uk, kurdistan, cross cultural mission

New Mission Paradigms in the former Soviet Union

Posted by Katy Jones Parry on

It has been 20 years since the Berlin Wall, symbolizing the Iron Curtain and the separation of West and East, came down.  This event marked the beginningof the collapse of the oppressive Soviet regime, which repressed freedom andevery form of missionary activity in the enormous territory...

Continue reading…

Tags: stl europe, international bible societ, association for spiritual renewal, russian ministries, former soviet union, mission

local heroes - you need to get out more

Posted by Brian Jose on

Posted by Brian Jose Brian Jose, Radstock's Executive Director, opens the hatch on a common tension in churches today between 'local' and 'global' mission, and issues a challenge to us to all 'get out there,' whether it's among the lost, the poor, the 'uber-cool,' and the broken, wherever we...

Continue reading…

Tags: cross-cultural mission, global mission, us, albania

on the road

Posted by Peter Walters on

Posted by Paul Williams Andy’s text read, “OOOOH. GOD HAS HIS HAND ON OUR DEAR FRIEND. HE IS THE ULTIMATE SEEKER! SUCH GREAT TIME JUST NOW. HALLELUJAH. HE IS NOT FAR FROM THE KINGDOM.” Andy had just dropped a dear Kurdish friend back home and spent some time talking to him...

Continue reading…

Tags: uk, cross-cultural mission, kurdistan

a new hero for missions?

Posted by Peter Walters on

Posted by Paul Williams A UK church is discovering that being drawn to ministry among Kurds, and mission in general, is not the preserve of a few, but the privilege and responsibility of everyone in every church. Here, our contributor assesses some of the pitfalls of missionary biographies...

Continue reading…

Tags: local church, global mission and the local church, kurds

doing more with less (russian version)

Posted by Max Tikhonoff on

Автор Максим Тихонов (English version here) Замечательная...

Continue reading…

Tags: ukraine, kyiv, kiev, drug rehabilitation

doing more with less (english version)

Posted by Max Tikhonoff on

Posted by Max Tikhonoff (Русская версия здесь) When a church steps out in mission, things get dirty. But then, as Max Tikhonoff, pastor of Solomensky Reformed Church in Kiev notes below...

Continue reading…

Tags: ukraine, kyiv, kiev, drug rehabilitation

it started with a kiss

Posted by Peter Walters on

Posted by Paul Williams A church family in the north of England shares its story as they begin to minister to Kurds.    Kurdish men kiss. Greeting each other they offer a firm handshake followed by a cheek-to-cheek greeting; once, twice, three times depending on the friendship. It was...

Continue reading…

Tags: cross-cultural mission, kurdistan

'come over and help us...' (russian version)

Posted by Peter Walters on

Переводчка Наталия Петрина, Дом Жизни (English version...

Continue reading…

Tags: mongolia, church planting, russia, cross cultural mission

what's your front line of mission?

Posted by Tim Chester on

Posted by Tim Chester Mark Greene, writing in the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity magazine EG, tells the story of a church who started talking about everyone’s ‘frontline’. ‘Everyone had a frontline – a place, a context where they felt that God was...

Continue reading…

Tags: culture, culture and mission, mission front line, london institute for contemporary christianity

12...20212223242526272829 ... 3334

Back to Top