For nearly half a century, Evangelical Missions Quarterly (EMQ) has served the missionary community worldwide by providing relevant, engaging, thoughtful articles on a vast array of ministry foci—leadership, translation, contextualization, business as mission, member care, length of service, biblical applications, etc. EMQ continues to remain one of the top journals for missiologists, and is for many thought-practitioners, the premier journal for the North American mission community.
Each quarterly issue contains 10-12 articles by mission and church leaders and experienced cross-cultural workers around the world. EMQ is comprised primarily of non-solicited 2,000-3,000-word articles polished through a lengthy editorial process designed to ensure we publish only top-quality articles which will equip and encourage Christian workers around the world. EMQ’s first-rights policy also ensures that the content readers find in EMQ will not be found elsewhere. EMQ is published by the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College and is available both in print and online.
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In 1964, several mission leaders from North American sat down to brainstorm ways to partner and fill gaps in information and equipping resources. EMQ was born. 50 years, over 2,000 articles, over 1,000 book reviews, and countless thousands of writing, editing, and service hours later, God is still using EMQ to bless and encourage thousands of workers worldwide. It's a legacy only God could orchestrate. We've created this 12-minute montage to celebrate on the powerful legacy of EMQ. Please watch and share.