Help your students engage in the mission of God!
Check out these specific resources to:
Equip Students to Serve in Missions
Learn the Why of missions
Promote Missional Engagement
Discover Ways for Students to GO!
- When Helping Hurts: How to Alleviate Poverty Without Hurting the Poor . . . and Yourself — Steve Corbett
- Gaining by Losing: Why the Future Belongs to Churches That Send — J.D. Greear
- What are you doing with your life? — J. D. Greear
- Live Life on Purpose: God’s Purpose, Your Life, One Journey — Claude Hickman
- Foreign to Familiar — Sarah A. Lanier
- Serving with Eyes Wide Open: Doing Short-Term Missions with Cultural Intelligence — David Livermore
- Finish the Mission: Bringing the Gospel to the Unreached and Unengaged — John Piper and David Mathis, eds.
- Let the Nations Be Glad: The Supremacy of God in Missions — John Piper
- Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream — David Platt
- As You Go: Creating a Missional Culture of Gospel-Centered Students — Alvin A. Reid. 2013.
- The Insanity of God: A True Story of Faith Resurrected — Nik Ripken. 2013.
- The Missionary Call: Find Your Place in God’s Plan for the World — M. David Sills
- The Mission of God’s People: A Biblical Theology of the Church’s Mission — Christopher J. H. Wright
- The Forgotten Way — Alan Hirsch
- Unscripted — Jeff Iorg
- Foundations: Core Missiology Concepts — IMB
IMB Foundations Magazine will help you see how God’s Word affirms your role in his global purpose and informs your missions practices. Learn how Ten Core Missiological Convictions, Six Marks of a Disciple, and Twelve Characteristics of a Healthy Church guide how IMB aims to fulfill the missionary task. Then consider how these foundational values can help us work together to take the gospel to every nation.
Where does a student’s education and career fit with the idea of going to the nations as an ambassador for Christ? They can use their job skills and gifts to live and work among the world’s unreached peoples. IMB offers these “Roadmaps” with specific guidance for the fields of allied health, business, engineering, nursing, physician, and teaching, as well as choosing as major.