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EMQ Wins Four Awards

Evangelical Missions Quarterly (EMQ) received four awards during this year’s Evangelical Press Association (EPA) Convention. In EPA’s Awards of Excellence, EMQ won the top prize in the “Most Improved (Print)” category above DTS Magazine and Christian Leader which both received Awards of Merit.

Check Out the April 2023 EMQ

The April 2023 issue of EMQ delved into the connection between creation care and missions. I learned so much from the writers in this issue. I am thrilled with how it all came together. I hope you will enjoy the issue as much as I do!

Check Out the January 2023 EMQ

January’s edition focuses on Prayer. If you’ve not picked up on it, yet, take note that every issue of EMQ involves the collaboration of a number of people. Of course, EMQ’s staff and the submitting writers, but I also partner with people who help me determine topics and recruit writers. On this issue, a fellow member of International Partnering Associates (IPA), Jenny Oliphant, provided me with critical contacts as well as ideas for thematic content. 

Check Out the October EMQ

Gen Z is the first digital native generation and one that welcomes multicultural friendships. At the same time, in Western countries more and more young people are leaving the church. What does this mean as we engage young people with the gospel and mission? That’s what this edition of EMQ is all about!

Check Out the July EMQ

The July 2022 issue of EMQ features the topic of Bible Translation. It’s also our first totally redesigned issue. Check it out!

April 2022 EMQ Is Out!

EMQ’s April 2022 edition is now out! This is the first edition of the journal that I worked on as the new editor. I worked with about 30 writers from more than 10 countries who all have missions experience to cover the topic of missionary care and wellbeing (member care).

How to Revitalize Global Ministry and Engage the Church with Stories

Mission organizations fail to inspire the whole Church to join in God’s mission because they continue to undervalue and under-resource the contributions of missions journalists. But if they took journalism as a serious means of global education, it would radically shift global Church engagement in God’s mission.

Collaboration, Networks and Partnerships

What difference does working together make? Does it even matter? Those are some of the questions explored in the latest issue of Evangelical Missions Quarterly.