Op-ed articles written by OM leaders on various global mission/Christian issues or topics
Kenneth Bong shares what it means to him to be an emotionally healthy leader in ministry for God.
OMer Scott addresses seven myths that he believes "unintentionally hinder the spread of God’s Kingdom."
Nathan Schmutz, an OMer working in Latin America, shares how a five year-old girl embodies OM's new mission statement.
Viv Thomas proposes that decision-making comes out of healthy vs. unhealthy frameworks, and names four of those frameworks.
"...the changes ahead will enable us to better live out our collective passion..." writes David Greenlee.
Tami Zacharias, with OM in Canada, explores why building trust in teams is worth the cost, although it takes so much work.
"How we see and interpret events largely depends on who we are and in what context we sit," says Harvey Thiessen.
I'ching Chan-Thomas shares what it means to be an effective Christ-follower and leader through "Redemptive Leadership."
Stephan Bauer discusses what it means to establish "vibrant local communities of Jesus followers" among nomadic people groups.
Julyan Lidstone stresses the importance of modelling the Gospel through communities of love and grace.