GLOBAL AGILITY FOR MISSIONS

With regard to “promoting our values and beliefs in a globalized world” no one even comes close to missionaries in terms of overcoming obstacles. Their selfless efforts are unique: faith studied, self sacrificed, life time taken, distances traveled, people approached, cultures interpreted, and messages tailored so they are heard as they are intended.

Global agility is key to mission success.


The tragic loss of John Chau, “a seasoned traveler who was well-versed in cross-cultural issues.”, highlights the importance of global agility.

“The Joshua Project, a ministry dedicated to tracking unreached ethnic groups, reports that little is known about the Sentinelese due to their isolation and hostility, but asks supporters to “Pray that the Indian Government will allow Christians to earn the trust of the Sentinelese people, and that they will be permitted to live among them.”