If you’re tempted to think that the second edition of John Piper’s Let the Nations Be Glad: The Supremacy of God in Missions is little more than a publisher’s effort to rekindle interest in a classic work, resist that temptation with all the effort you can muster.
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Chris Sugden describes Beyond Fragmentation as “a cold bath of realism.” A cold bath it is; EMQ readers may find it a bath of radicalism, however, rather than realism.
Mission agencies have discovered the Internet. In fact, many mobilization departments see the Web as their most effective recruitment venue.
Samuel Escobar finds the missionary potential of the region in several developments, including self-generated church growth, conversion-prompted social change, and Catholic adoption of Protestant methods.
The evangelical world has become enamored with the idea of multicultural church planting teams in the last few years. This approach has yielded great promise but also many problems (Roembke 2000, ix), particularly in the area of relationships.
Can a sincere Zoroastrian be saved? Is there truth in non-Christian religions? Many have attempted to answer such questions with some form of exclusivism, inclusivism, or pluralism.
I would like to challenge African ministers of Christ to think about the possibilities for self-reliance in our churches and ministries, and to immediately move to action.
This book intends to push conservative Christians into serious engagements with a pluralistic world as well as challenge the faulty presuppositions of liberal Christians who sacrifice the basic tenets of the Christian faith.
Involvement in and spending on mission trips is seeing an unprecedented increase, while recruitment for full-time mission service is flat. Could it be that Wormwood and Screwtape are up to something?
This book, built on lessons from Hebrews, will help Muslim Background Believers (MBBs) persevere in pilgrimage.