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Reports from around the world.
LIVE— “Learning through International Volunteer Effort” — was the theme of a conference held in Manila.
Years ago it would have been considered almost unscriptural to think of anything less than a lifetime commitment to a particular board, country, and work. When introduced to that concept today, many would-be candidates take two giant steps backward.
A group of seminary students came from the U.S. to study firsthand theological education by extension (TEE) in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Those of us who were working in TEE were assigned various topics; mine was stated in two words: “Programmed Instruction.”
Management principles have been much in the thinking of mission executives and missionaries in recent years. Such terms as organizational charts, job descriptions and management by objectives, already popular in the literature, have found their way into everyday conversation.
Some tentative answers to the question of how evangelical missionaries are faring today in Israel and why.