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Ignorance is NOT Bliss

We had a fantastic launch event! We are so excited for this next season of FieldPartner, to see more people…

Nicola Neal

When Nicola and husband Simon were called out of a comfortable life into the poorest communities, they had no idea…

Cultural Pride

In our interview with Christina Winrich, she shared openly about the challenges and joys of serving God in another culture….

Introducing Ben Gilbert!

We’re thrilled to introduce Ben, our new Dean of Studies for FieldPartner English. A proper Third Culture Kid, Ben’s experience…

Interview with Andy McCullough

Having grown up in Cyprus, being married to Jessica – who is South African – and with four children who…

Interview with Samuel Renling

We had the chance to sit down with Samuel and hear a little about his cross-cultural story. Hailing from rural…

Interview with Lori Rogers

Our latest interview is with Lori Rogers, who leads MomentumYes, an exciting mission mobilisation organisation. Their free, 6-part video course…

Transition and Change, Grief and Loss

At some point in our lives, we all face different types of changes that can lead to feelings of loss…

Interview with Dr Mary Ho

Dr Mary Ho serves as the International Executive Leader of All Nations International, a global Christian missions organization. In this current…

Greg and Lisa Interview

For security reasons, we can’t show you Greg and Lisa’s faces. But they have a story that is well-worth hearing….

Go and do likewise…

Ross speaks from the story of the Good Samaritan with a powerful call to us all…      

Interview with Elizabeth Trotter

Elizabeth and her husband Jonathan were missionaries to Cambodia. They returned to America during Covid lockdown in a sudden and…

Where the Holy Spirit is Free to Work

Ross explores the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives, posing the question; ‘is there any area of our…

Interview with Reuben Inwe

Our interview with Reuben Inwe is a fascinating one. His own story of encountering the Lord on a bus in…

Interview with Michael Prest

Michael Prest is the director of our partner, UFM Worldwide. In this thought-provoking interview, he shares his personal story and how…

The Missionary Time Forgot?

In our interview with our former co-worker in China, Bev Gigney, she shared a poignant story about losing a close friend…

Interview with Bev Gigney

    Bev Gigney founded a children’s home called Dove’s Wings during her years serving in China, having had a clear…

Interview with Joann Pittman

Joann Pittman was born as a ‘Third Culture Kid’ to missionary parents in Pakistan. But little did she know that…

Interview with David & Vicki Frazier

After a season of cross-cultural preparation and discernment, David and Vicki worked as missionaries for 20 years in Turkey before…

The Privilege of Being a Sending Church

Guest Blog by Michael Prest from UFM. I wonder what springs to mind when we think of sending and supporting mission…

Interview with Alan and Jan Kilpatrick

Alan and Jan Kilpatrick have lived a wide-ranging and varied life in ministry and mission, most recently serving in Mozambique….

7 Ways to Drop Your Call

Ross examines the vital question of ‘what do we do once we have a calling?’ The enemy will be determined…

Interview with Geoff & Jackie Bishop

Geoff and Jackie Bishop were missionaries for many years in Burundi, central Africa. In this interview, they share the events…

Interview with Amy Young

Amy Young spent many years as a cross-cultural worker in China, and now works to support cross-cultural workers through various…

Interview with Barry & Rowena

Rowena and Barry McKnight have been missionaries for many years in Thailand. In this insightful interview into their years of…

Interview with Onesphore Manirakiza

 Onesphore is the Burundian National Director of Great Lakes Outreach: greatlakesoutreach.org​ In this interview, Onesphore shares the story of his birth into…

Interview with Katie Chen

Scroll down for podcast options!   <  After being baptised at only 5 years old, Katie felt a clear calling…

Interview with Ruth Van Reken

Christine interviews Ruth Van Reken, member care expert and world-renowned co-author with Dave Pollock of bestseller ‘Third Culture Kids‘. Learn…

Watch the Recording of Resilience

Click here to watch the recording! We were delighted to host Rod and Ruthie for their presentation on resilience on…

Interview with Grant & Jean

Grant and Jean are missionaries from South Africa. In this interview, they share their journey leading to mission work in…

Interview with Lydia David

Lydia David is a missionary who has worked in China & Turkey. She worked as an occupational therapist before she…

Interview with Jennifer Bishop

  Christine sits down for an interview with our own team member Jennifer Bishop. Jennifer grew up in Burundi and…

Interview with Simon Guillebaud

Discover more about Great Lakes Outreach (GLO) and their weekly Zoom prayer meetings, as well as watch Onesphore’s prayer for Europe &…

5 Lessons Joseph Teaches About God and His Plans for Our Lives

  Ross Paterson’s message, recorded at Bread of Life International Church. He encourages us with five lessons from one of his…

Waiting for God – James 5: 7-11

Ross Paterson’s sermon recorded for the pacesetters at Hinghwa Methodist Church, Singapore In this sermon, Ross examines James 5: 7 –…

Interview with Brad Thurston

Check out Globe Mission here. See our other partners. A fascinating interview with Brad Thurston, one of the early collaborators…

Interview with Henry & Betsy

  Henry and Betsy are key partners with us in FieldPartner. In this interview they share their experiences of coming…

What do you want Jesus to do for you? | Mark 10:46-52

After many months away from Taiwan, Ross Paterson returns to The Hope Church in Taiwan to preach on the topic of ‘What…

Protected: Interview with James Goss

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Interview with Peter Askew

Peter Askew serves cross-culturally in the north of England! His title is “Operations Manager for the Antioch Network Manchester”, an…

Jacob’s Encounters with God – Sermon

This sermon was given by Ross Paterson at Holy Trinity Cheltenham on August 16, 2020. This sermon is shorter than…

Interview with Christina Winrich

In this interview Christina shares openly about the challenges and joys of serving God in another culture. She shares movingly…

Interview with Christine Paterson

Christine Paterson Interview Co-founder Christine Paterson tells us about her life on the mission field from her childhood in Africa…

Sermon | Hannah: Ordinary People Making a Difference

Ross Paterson’s sermon on the example of Hannah. If you’d like a more in-depth look into the example of Hannah,…

Interview with Ross Paterson

We hear from co-founder Ross Paterson sharing his experiences from over 50 years in the mission field.     It’s…

Quiet time 3: Elements of a Quiet Time

his is the final post in a 3-part series: Quiet Time 1: Importance of Quiet Time with God Quiet Time…

The Syro Phoenician woman

This sermon is by Ross Paterson on the Syro Phoenician woman from Matthew 15. Explore more sermons on our YouTube Channel.

The Orphan Who Gave to Mission.

Nettie McCormick had a less than ideal start to life. Born Nancy Maria Fowler in 1835, her father, Melzar Fowler,…

Simon of Cyrene – Abuse Leading To Destiny

For this week’s missionary post I want to engage in a little bit of guesswork, but I think I’m right!…

He Is Risen Indeed

Mark 16:1-8 describes the event that changed human history, the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. He is risen…

Chinese Missionaries to Europe?

ChinaSource recently commented that “despite Europe’s historical legacy as an active sender of missionaries, Europe nowadays should be considered as…

Saint Patrick’s Amazing Legacy

Last week I wrote about Saint Patrick’s journey from slavery to becoming a missionary who changed Ireland. I drew three…

St Patrick – The Early Missionary

Today, March 17th, is St Patrick’s Day. Patrick was an early missionary with a very unusual life, one that has…

Resolution #10 – Me, A Missionary?

Finally, almost a quarter of the way through 2024, we come to the 10th and last cross-cultural mission related New…

Resolution #9 – Follow Your Pastor…. To The Ends Of The Earth!

We come to the last two of Chuck Lawless’ 10 Mission related New Year’s resolutions. Resolution number 9 states: “I…

Resolution #8 – Go Out For Dinner!

This one, the eighth of Chuck Lawless’ mission related New Year resolutions, has to be the easiest to carry out,…

Resolution #7 – Praying Through Important News Items

This week we look at the seventh of Chuck Lawless’ 10 Cross-Cultural Mission related New Year’s Resolutions. Even if we…

Resolution #6 – Go On A Mission Trip

Chuck Lawless’ 6th New Year’s resolution with a cross-cultural mission flavour says: “I will plan to take a mission trip…

Resolution #4 – Make Friends with Those From Other Places And Cultures

Today we come to the fourth of Chuck Lawless’ ten New Year’s Resolutions that are intended to help us grow…

Resolution Number 3 – Pray For An Unreached People Group

The third of Chuck Lawless’ ten New Year’s Resolutions, all of which relate to cross-cultural mission, says: “I will learn…

Resolution Number 2 – Pray For Missionaries

The second of Chuck Lawless’ ten New Year’s Resolutions, all of which relate to cross-cultural mission, says: “I will pray…

Resolution Number 1

Last Sunday I listed Chuck Lawless’ suggestions for 10 New Year’s resolutions that relate to cross-cultural mission. Lawless wrote: “I’d like…

10 Cross-Cultural Mission New Year’s Resolutions.

Here is a suggestion. If you make New Year’s resolutions, why not make some that are cross-cultural mission related? Chuck…

Bernie May – Christmas In The Amazon Jungle.

It was only a few days before Christmas. Bernie May, a pilot for Wycliffe Bible Translators, had successfully delivered emergency…

A Prayer Meeting In A Haystack That Changed U.S. Church History!

Historians say that all Christian missionary organisations in the U.S. trace their history back to the Haystack Prayer Meeting. In…

We Need Mrs K, Mrs W and Mrs J Today

Last week, in talking about J O Fraser, my final comment was as follows: “Fraser highly valued the prayer support of…

James Outram Fraser – Don’t Forget J.O. Fraser!

Though I have written about J.O. Fraser (James Outram Fraser (富能仁; 1886–1938) before in this column, his stature amongst missionaries is such…

David Bogue – A Forgotten Father Of Cross-Cultural Mission.

David Bogue (1750-1825) is “one of the greatest of the forgotten figures of Church History”, especially in the history of…

William Milne – Five Keys For A Pioneer Missionary.

William Milne (1785-1822) was the second Protestant missionary sent by the London Missionary Society to China, joining the first missionary,…

Loren Cunningham – The Man Who Deregulated Christian Missions

Loren Cunningham (1935-2023) became the first missionary to go to every nation in the world with the last country visited…

Anne van der Bijl (Brother Andrew, God’s Smuggler)

Anne van der Bijl (Brother Andrew, 1928-2022) was a Dutch Christian known for smuggling Bibles and other Christian literature into…

Grace Stott – The One-Legged Scotsman’s Wife

Last week I wrote about George Stott. As with many male missionaries, his story would not be complete without that…

George Stott – A One-Legged Scottish Missionary to China

George Stott (1835-1889) was a British Protestant Christian missionary to China with the China Inland Mission. When Stott arrived in…

A Missionary With A Different Vision

William A.P. Martin, 丁韪良 , (1827-1916), was an American missionary who served for 62 years in China between 1850 and…

Two Special Friends Who Made a Difference

Larry and Beth. Two ‘Ordinary’ People Who Made A Real Difference.Ross and Christine Paterson Write About Two Special Friends. Larry…

Maria, The Extraordinary Wife Of Hudson Taylor

Maria Jane Taylor (née Dyer, 1837-1870) was born in Penang, Malaya, the youngest child of pioneer missionary Samuel Dyer and…

Faith in Captivity

Geoffrey T. Bull (1921-1999) had a very unusual missionary career – he only served as a missionary for a few…

My Tribute, and Debt to, George Verwer

George Verwer died on April 14th, as I write only 8 short days ago. John Piper said that George’s “personal…

John And Betty Stam’s Short Lives.

John Stam (1907-1934) and Betty Stam (1906-1934) were American Christian missionaries to China with the China Inland Mission (CIM). They…

Isobel Kuhn – A Extraordinary Missionary

Isobel Kuhn (1901-1957) was a Canadian Christian missionary to the Lisu people of Yunnan Province, China, and northern Thailand. She…

John Mark – A Missionary Failure Who Later Succeeded.

John Mark is a missionary whose story, unlike most of those I write about each Sunday, is told in the…

David Livingstone – Missionary Multi-Tasker

David Livingstone (1813-1873) was born in Blantyre, near Glasgow, Scotland. He became “a physician, a pioneer Christian missionary with the…

Jonathan Goforth – The Missionary With A Difference

“Jonathan Goforth (1859-1936) was a Canadian Presbyterian missionary to China, together with his wife, Rosalind (Bell-Smith) Goforth. Jonathan Goforth became…

George Müller – A Second Wind For Mission

Many readers of these brief missionary biographies will know something of the remarkable life of George Müller (1805-1898), how he showed amazing…

James Chalmers – The David Livingstone of New Guinea

It was said of James Chalmers (1841-1901) that his fearlessness won the respect of the cannibals; his compassion, their loyalty…

Walter Medhurst – The First Generation

Walter Henry Medhurst (1796-1857), was an English Congregationalist missionary to China. He was one of the early translators of the…

Rufus Anderson – Radical Missionary Thinker

It would be profitable in some ways for every prospective missionary to be shut in a room with Rufus Anderson…

Henry Venn – Shaping Mission Thinking

Henry Venn (1796-1873) was both an extraordinary Christian leader of his day and a hugely important figure in cross-cultural mission…

John Nevius. He Also Got It Right!

John Livingston Nevius (1829-1893) was an American Presbyterian missionary to China during the nineteenth century. The story of how he…

Roland Allen – The Missionary Who Got It Right!

Roland Allen (1868-1947) had a short and not very effective missionary career in China. It was his writings after that…

James Gilmour – A Decade of Perseverance

James Gilmour, 1843-1891 (Chinese: 景雅各) was a Scottish missionary to China and Mongolia with the London Missionary Society. Wikipedia sums…

Don Richardson and the “Peace Child”

Don Richardson (1935–2018) was a Canadian missionary who, in 1962, with his wife Carol and their seven-month-old baby, went to…

The Short Missionary Service of Nellie and Topsy Saunders.

In one sense, there is not a great deal to say about Eleanor (Nellie) and Elizabeth (Topsy) Saunders. Their missionary…

David Howard Adeney – Flourishing In Spite of Interruptions

In one sense, there is not a great deal to say about Eleanor (Nellie) and Elizabeth (Topsy) Saunders. Their missionary…

D. E. Hoste: The Cambridge Seven’s Odd Man Out

D. E. Hoste (Dixon Edward Hoste, 1861-1946) was the odd man out amongst the Cambridge Seven. He was included in the…

George Patterson – Not Your Normal Missionary!

George Patterson (1920-2012) went out as a missionary to Tibet with Geoffrey Bull in 1947. Though they began together, they…

Hudson Taylor’s Two Burdens

“Hudson Taylor was wracked with doubt: he worried about sending men and women unprotected into the interior; at the same…

C.T. Studd – From Sports Star to China Missionary

C.T. Studd once said: “Let us not glide through this world and then slip quietly into heaven, without having blown…

Paul’s New Year ‘Resolutions’!

Philippians 4:10-23 contains two wonderful challenges for 2023! 1. Challenge #1 for 2023. Paul had learned the secret of contentment….

Griffith John, Pioneer Missionary to China

Griffith John (1831-1912) was a remarkable man. “During his long ministry in China, Griffith John helped lay the foundation for…

She Pursued The Purposes Of God

Lillian Trasher (1887-1961) was born in Florida. But having heard God’s call to Egypt, she founded an orphanage which, at…

A Missionary Hero With A Traumatised Heart

Wilhelmina “Minnie” Vautrin (1886-1941) was an American missionary in China for 28 years, working as an educator and for a…

An Extraordinary Physician: Ida Scudder

Ida Scudder is a fascinating – and challenging – example of the question I looked at in my last post. Does…

The Beauty of Collaboration

I recently received an update from a soon-to-be partner and found that they were starting to offer online options for…

Damascus Road Or Gradual Conviction?

In my previous post, I defined cross-cultural mission. It contains two vital elements. Firstly, going. Secondly, the venue, a people whose…

What Cross-Cultural Mission Is & What It Isn’t!

We desperately need a Biblical definition of cross-cultural mission today. “James Hudson Taylor (Chinese: 戴德生) was a British Protestant Christian…

James Adam – Missionary to China’s Miao People

James Adam was a Scottish missionary who arrived in China in 1887 aged 23 and served there for the next…

Each Meeting Was An Awesome Encounter With God: Pearl Young

When I searched for Pearl Young on the internet, I found that there is very little information about her. That…

On Teaching English As A Second Language

Teaching English as a second language is a way to gain entry into a country that is partially, or even…

A Blind Girl At Her Door: Emma Ekvall

Emma Ekvall, 1870-1952, was a Swedish missionary to China. Reading ChinaSource’s article on her life written by Ray Smith, her…

Mother of Chinese House Church: Marie Monsen

Marie Monsen (1878-1962) was a Norwegian missionary who served in China between 1901 and 1932. Her life is an amazing…

Helen Roseveare Part 2: Price and Privilege

Recently, I wrote about Helen Roseveare, an outstanding missionary to Africa. Her achievements were amazing in terms of hospitals built and…

A Life Offered to God: Helen Roseveare

Helen Roseveare (1925-2016) was a remarkable and unusual missionary to Africa. I will look at her life in this blog…

Eric Liddell: A Scotsman Surrendered To God

Eric Henry Liddell (1902-1945) is best known as one of the heroes of the Oscar-winning film “Chariots of Fire”. The…

An Unusual Scottish Missionary: William Burns

William Chalmers Burns (宾惠廉) lived from 1815-1868. A fellow missionary said after his death that “all China knows him; he…

Mildred Cable Was Not Alone In China…

Mildred Cable’s remarkable story (see my blog about her) is not complete without mentioning the two sisters with whom she…

Mildred Cable: A Missionary Who Made The Right Choices

Mildred Cable was another remarkable missionary to China. The easiest way to introduce her is to focus on a quality…

Seven Lessons From The Life of Lilias Trotter

I previously wrote about Lilias Trotter. This remarkable sister merits a second look, because there are important, even success-defining, lessons for…

Lilias Trotter – A Remarkable Missionary

Until recently, I had never heard of Lilias Trotter. She is a hidden but amazing person, like many missionaries. I…

Mary Slessor – An Extraordinary Scottish Missionary

Mary Slessor, 1848-1915, was a Scottish Presbyterian missionary to Africa. She made a huge impact on Nigeria and beyond. One…

A Hidden Gem: Margery Sykes

Margery Sykes was no ordinary missionary. Yet I cannot find her photo on the internet! I am not even sure…

Lottie Moon – Carving A Place For Women In Mission

I mentioned Lottie Moon (Charlotte Digges “Lottie” Moon, 1840-1912) in connection with the story of Sallie Holmes. The simple facts are…

Amy Carmichael – Struggling Start but Amazing Finish

The life and missionary work of Amy Carmichael (1867–1951) speaks to our generation with a simple message. She tells us…

Sallie Holmes & the Work of The Holy Spirit in Mission

In the light of Pentecost Sunday, I want to outline an unusual example of the Holy Spirit’s power and provision…

What should Christian discipleship mean to us?

Contents What is a disciple? ‘No Man is an Island’ Step-by-step Thoughts for reflection   What is a disciple? In…

“I never signed up for this…”

…and how to deal with it. Cross-cultural missionaries have families, who experience difficult emotions as a result of their loved…

The 3-minute Rule (and How Not To Be Offended!)

“So, tell me what life is like out there!” “Can you summarise the work you’ve been involved in for us?”…

What does it take to send a missionary?

How can we support a person who has a burden for cross-cultural mission? The Called Individual The Pastor What Should…

Will History Repeat Itself?

Six years ago a team of Christians (mostly young people) from a Western country visited a major Asian country to connect…

A Short But Most Effective Life – David Brainerd

David Brainerd was born on April 20, 1718 in Haddam, Connecticut. He died a short 29 years later. For only…

The Unlikely Impact of William Carey

“Young man, sit down! When God pleases to convert those who have never heard of Jesus Christ, He’ll do it…

A Single Seed Or Much Fruit?

I have recently shared two posts about a couple from Sweden, David and Svea Flood, who in 1921 went to the Congo (then the Belgian Congo,…

The Truth of 1 Corinthians 15:58!

“Therefore, my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your labour is…

An Unusual Missionary Story – David & Svea Flood

A Singaporean friend of many years, Gideon Lim, shared with me a most unusual missionary story this weekend which I…

Who or what is a PACTeam?

PACT is an acrostic, standing for Personal Accountability and Care Team. There is also a hidden meaning which carries the…

Explore & EnVision & Intercultural Coaching

All Nations Christian College is a world-renowned mission training college. They are currently offering two courses which we would highly…

Fruit From a Dark Valley – Adoniram Judson – Pt 4

Read the first three blogs on Adoniram Judson: Part 1 – The Struggle Part 2 – A Marriage Made in Heaven?…

Four Lessons From the Life Of Adoniram Judson – Pt 3

Read Part 1 – The Struggle Read Part 2 – A Marriage Made in Heaven? Three weeks ago I looked at…

A Marriage Made in Heaven? Adoniram Judson – Pt 2

Read Part 1 – The Struggle Following God’s powerful intervention in his life (see previous post) Adoniram Judson surrendered to…

The Struggle – Adoniram Jason – Pt 1

Adoniram Judson (1788-1850) was an American missionary who served in Burma (Myanmar) for almost forty years. When Judson began his…

What is a RAFT and Why Do I Need One?

RAFT is a helpful and important acrostic, commonly used in cross-cultural circles. It stands for:  Reconcile Affirm say Farewell Think destination …

Clueless by Jacqueline Scott

This post originally appeared on A Life Overseas. It is reproduced here with the permission of the author. When we head…

Your Choice – The Comparison Game Or A Unique Destiny – Easter Week Pt 12

This is part of our Easter week series from Ross Paterson’s daily devotional Facebook post. Like our page to keep up with…

Do You Agree? – Easter Week Pt 11

This is part of our Easter week series from Ross Paterson’s daily devotional Facebook post. Like our page to keep up with…

Jesus Is Taking Over! – Easter Week Pt 10

This is part of our Easter week series from Ross Paterson’s daily devotional Facebook post. Like our page to keep up with…

Peace, Real Peace – Easter Week Pt 9

This is part of our Easter week series from Ross Paterson’s daily devotional Facebook post. Like our page to keep up with…

Seekers And Finders – Easter Week Pt 8

This is part of our Easter week series from Ross Paterson’s daily devotional Facebook post. Like our page to keep up with…

He Took His Time, But He Made It! – Easter Week Pt 6

This is part of our Easter week series from Ross Paterson’s daily devotional Facebook post. Like our page to keep up with…

He Took His Time, But He Made It! – Easter Week Pt 6

This is part of our Easter week series from Ross Paterson’s daily devotional Facebook post. Like our page to keep up with…

The Divine Exchange – Easter Week Pt 5

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Power Games – Easter Week Pt 4

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What is Truth? – Easter Week Pt 3

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Strange Fires – Easter Week Pt 2

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Who Is In Charge Here? – Easter Week Pt 1

This is part of our Easter week series from Ross Paterson’s daily devotional Facebook post. Like our page to keep up with…

An ‘Ordinary’ Person, Who Made a Big Difference

Do you think your life could never make a difference? Let us show you how you are wrong! Especially right…

The World on Our Doorstep

Not everybody is able to go on short-term mission trips to immerse themselves in a cross-cultural experience. But that doesn’t…

Issues to ponder when preparing to send someone out to front-line missions

Imagine… You are a new missionary recruit about to depart for your assignment abroad. You are theologically trained, you have…

Who or What is a Third Culture Kid?

Who or what is a TCK? A while ago, I met with a missionary family from a large Asian country…

Announcing New Course: Crossing Cultures 101

We have just launched our most recent course Crossing Cultures 101! It’s free to complete and consists of 3 online modules…

Five things I wish I had known

A while ago my husband and I were talking with a friend about the huge task that faces us in…

Introducing The Antioch Factor

5 talks of The Antioch Factor In these 5 talks Ross shares his life’s message. He shares concerning what the…

Preparing for Cross Cultural Missions

1. How is your walk with the Lord? how are you doing with the Lord? Often I think of a…

Brad’s 23 keys To Being A healthy Cross Cultural Missionary

How to be a Healthy Cross Cultural Missionary? Here are some keys I’ve picked up over the years of being…

Hannah

Hannah – Part 1 Hi. This is Ross Paterson, one of the leaders of FieldPartner. In this session, I want…

Vision of FieldPartner International

The vision of FieldPartner International is a simple one. It is to serve the church and individual believers in matters…

When My Own Abilities Aren’t Enough – Thoughts on Mark 16:15

I stood trembling in front of the gathered assembly in Ludwigshafen. It was the summer of 1978, and I was…

Quiet Time 2: Should we follow a fixed structure?

This is the second in a 3-part series: Quiet Time 1: Importance of Quiet Time with God Quiet Time 2:…

Quiet Time 1: Importance of Quiet Time with God

This is the first in a 3-part series: Quiet Time 1: Importance of Quiet Time with God Quiet Time 2:…

Why Did J.O Fraser Leave England To Do Cross-Cultural Mission In Remotest China?

Read Ross’ first blog on J.O. Fraser here >> In my first blog about J.O. Fraser, I expressed my surprise…

J.O.Fraser; Hidden Missionary Hero, Forgotten Lessons

Who is J O Fraser? James Outram Fraser (J O Fraser) is one of my spiritual heroes and missionary mentors….

Sharing from Ross: Thought for the day

Thought for the day: How important is the Bible to me? Acts 11:26 says: “So for a whole year Barnabas…

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