The small red and white Cessna spirals down through the clouds and makes a perfect landing on the tiny grass runway carved out of the dense jungle.
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Roger Gehring comes to the rescue of those in search of more than popular accounts of the rise of house churches.
Medical doctors who respond to a missionary call are interested in more than just medicine. They have a clear and ultimate reason for joining a mission agency and going to the mission field: the salvation of all nations to the glory of God.
Most of the chapters in this work were delivered in two consultations of the North Atlantic Missiology Project, which took place at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 1997 and Fuller Theological Seminary in 1998.
What is the theological explanation for a missionary team meltdown?
Over two thousand animistic tribal people groups have not been reached for Christ, and many of those who have been reached are saturated with syncretism.
During several recent meetings in Nairobi, one of my goals was to reconnect with friends in the city. I had heard that a Massai friend, Sarone, had been relocated to Nairobi from Arusha and I was hoping to see him.
Wouldn’t it be great if our vision were perfect? 20/20 Vision by Bill and Amy Stearns is a very readable and compelling book about gaining a clear and healthy vision of God’s plan for the world.
During a weekly evangelistic Bible study with college-aged Muslims in Central Asia, I led the group through the seven signs in John’s gospel, attempting to draw out the implications of Jesus’ miracles.
This book was co-published with the American Society of Missiology dissertation series and has the mark of excellence of theological doctoral studies from the Melbourne College of Divinity.