It has long been the conviction of some missiologists that the recruitment and deployment of missionaries is growing at least as fast in the Third World as it is in North America.
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Church growth theory, as elaborated by some of its proponents, has continued to arouse opposition.
Singapore’s vibrant political, social, and economic climate has nurtured an ever increasing number of Christians over the past decades.
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Medical missions has understandably become the subject of careful reappraisal for many mission agencies.
All missionaries can be thankful for the research Larry Keyes had done on the exploding growth of the Third World missionary force (see pp. 216-224). We now have adequate documentation for a most significant trend in the missionary advance of the church worldwide.
C. Peter Wagner responds to George Harper’s article “How Valid Is Receptivity in Determining Mission Strategy?”