During the past decade the place of the church in missionary outreach has come into prominence through discussions on church/missions relations.
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For a host of eminent leaders from all over the world, Berlin both portrayed and provided a new dimension of truly international missionary concern.
Some skepticism about international congresses is warranted.
When contemplating the rapid spread of Christianity and the demand for African leadership, a dilemma arises when we consider that such a high percentage of the population is children.
Because multiple life-roles demand our time as missionaries, it is imperative that we give proper attention to our role as a family person. It is a role we live from birth to death, yet it can still be a “walk-through.”
In this article I stress the great importance of making disciples in relation to the missionary task.