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.
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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.
During the past decade the place of the church in missionary outreach has come into prominence through discussions on church/missions relations.
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.