The Mission Society provides global missionary support through missionary recruiting, missionary training and equipping church leaders and others to lead international and short-term mission trips. Based in Norcross, GA, The Mission Society was originally formed to support Methodist missionaries, but now works with a variety of Wesleyan denominations offering missionary training, missionary seminars, missionary workshops and church leadership training throughout the United States and around the world.
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The Mission Society's quarterly magazine, "Unfinished," will help you keep up with the missionaries, ministries, and worldwide mission trends and issues. The articles here are excerpted from each issue. Subscriptions to "Unfinished" are free.

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Fall 2012 | Issue 53

U.S. Christians live in one of the world’s fastest-growing mission fields
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Cities are all the rage. In the United States, some recent metrics even point to downtown areas gaining in population more than suburbs. Housing trends show that people like walkable, mass-transit-connected living environments.
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Experienced and trained in urban ministry, Katheryn Heinz moved with her family into Lexington, Kentucky’s East End. As she sought to be an instrument of transformation, she was transformed herself. Here, she tells what the city has taught her. It’s a message for every cross-cultural minister, at home or abroad.
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Is diversity all that it is cracked up to be? Serving in a small city among a community of refugees has given Alex Davidson* a new perspective on this commonly held ideal. Here, he tells why he believes our focus on diversity may need to be adjusted.
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One missionary tells what he learned by leading some U.S. Muslim friends in studying God’s Word.
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Mei* left her home country of China, her family and friends, and everything familiar to pursue her studies in the United States. A bright student with big dreams for her future career, Mei had been chosen to attend the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. At the time, Mei had no idea how moving to the United States would forever change the trajectory of her life.
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International Students, Inc. offers some advice for reaching out to international students in your area
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Digital tools, consumer culture, and media have produced, says author Thomas Bergler, “the deadening effect of popular culture.”* With hearts and minds shaped by a cacophony of influences, our nation’s next generation might be among the least reached. Here is what one church is doing about that. An interview with youth pastor, Randy Rainwater
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For Grace Fellowship Church, going after the next generation is just one part of a larger strategy that is missional through and through. Interview with Grace Fellowship’s lead pastor, Buddy Hoffman
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Kenyan church leaders retool; plan to ramp up outreach to countrymen
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Seeks to exponentially multiply efforts among U.S. churches
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Missionaries to serve in Africa, Europe, undisclosed locations, and the world at-large
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It’s easy to feel paralyzed. What do we do?
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How to do local ministry the ‘Jesus way’
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In your neighborhood, who are you not seeing?
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Open your home for community.
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