Is Christianity declining, even dying across North America, as the media and many pundits would have us believe? Globally, is it losing out to other religions, and especially not holding its own against Islam? And how about the so-called “nones” – those who claim no spiritual affiliation at all.
- June CEO Thought Leader BriefingWed Jun 10 2020, 01:00pm EDT - 02:30pm EDT
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In this scripturally rich exploration, missiologist Craig Ott unpacks the essence of the mission of the church – and this is something that is woefully needed in this day of mission confusion and drift.
Secularization is strong in Canada and has influence worldwide. In this volume, missiologists and practitioners from across Canada consider how an agenda of Christian mission and evangelism can be advanced in a secularizing environment.
Thorough in the research presented and knowledgeable of the history and culture of the Iranian people, Oksnevad presents an insightful look inside the community of first generation believers from Muslims backgrounds.
This book equips you to understand and confront cultural Christianity with honesty and grace.
In this book, Eddie Byun provides a practical guide to praying for missionaries. He shows the vital connection between prayer and missions, how our prayers are connected to both the well-being of missionaries and the fruit of their work. Byun offers ways to pray for the various needs that missionaries have on the field, to prevent burnout and protect them from harm. He reinforces the fact that our prayers for mission workers and their ministry can make a difference.
Mission researcher, Mary Lederleitner, interviewed and surveyed respected women in mission leadership from across the globe to gather their insights, expertise, and best practices. She unveils how women serve in distinctive ways and identifies key traits of faithful connected leaders.
Connecting with people from different cultural backgrounds simply starts with walking across the street as we join in God’s redemptive plan for our neighborhoods, our cities, and around the world.
In this book David Joannes challenges the reader to find his/her role in God’s Kingdom narrative. He deals with such themes as: intrinsic & external motivations of cross-cultural missionaries, cultural & social expectations of the missions, complex risks that a missionary faces, and rewards that come from missionary service.
The authors identify the historical and worldview issues that hinder Kingdom movements in the West. By returning to these, we can revitalize Christianity in the Global North and see the Kingdom Unleashed.