If they had a Pope, Southern Baptists would surely insist that he beatify Charlotte Digges Moon.
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With this present publication, Logan and Buller have offered the public a contemporary approach to church planting.
We are in the midst of a major paradigm shift in missions. It is now neither possible nor desirable for mission agencies to control their people and institutions.
Here is a book on Christianity and postmodernism that encourages the church not to reject or oppose this social and intellectual movement, but to embrace it, love it, kiss it.
Women missionaries have represented the cutting edge of the Western Christian movement in non-Western societies.
Davies discusses five pioneers who had a profound influence on mission thinking and activity years before Carey took up his pen: Jan Amos Comenius, Richard Baxter, Cotton Mather, Jonathan Edwards and Count Zinzendorf.
In this volume, ten contributors inform and involve us in the tragedy of HIV/AIDS impact on children.
Kenneth MacHarg helps us stay up to date by describing recent stories of Christians in Mexico, Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, El Salvador, Chile and Argentina.
The author assesses three primary training models: Providers (42%), Out-sourcers (31%), and Partners (19%).
Increasingly, overseas service involves health care, agriculture, economics, education and related community development approaches as the means to do ministry in the country.