You are pioneering the growth of an exciting ministry. You have dreams and plans and a commitment to do things right. But your partner doesn’t share your way of doing things. It has reached the point where you are frustrated and unclear about where it is all going.
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We focus our attention on short-term-related Web pages in this installment of Missions on the Web.
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The book will be of help to a wide range of people working cross-culturally, as well as within their own culture.
Local churches today are reassessing their proper function in fulfilling the mission mandate in relation to that of mission agencies. Addressing this need, the author describes the biblical rationale and explains the operating philosophy of the Antioch Network.
A dog says, “You pet me, you feed me, you shelter me, you love me, you must be God.” A cat says, “You pet me, you feed me, you shelter me, you love me, I must be god.”
A practical guidebook for those who will start a church.
The state of missions engagement among evangelical churches in North America is changing.
Peterson, Aeschliman and Sneed take the whole wild and woolly world of short-term missions (STM) and define, defend, and redesign it.
The world of evangelists and missionaries is beset by golden keys of various shapes and sizes. They offer short cuts to success. This article attempts to put some of these keys into perspective.