The 2004 Accra Trauma Healing Workshop brought healing to many African leaders. Two years later, the results are impacting others as well.
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Are the innovative expressions of church and worship emerging across the globe “out of bounds?” No, says Steve Taylor who takes his readers on a global journey to the edges of the church.
The pace of mission is characterized as much by waiting as it is by going.
The greatest weapon of mass destruction? It’s poverty, says David Befus. And the best way to fight it is with business.
Following the guidance of the Holy Spirit is the most important component of mission.
During a time when both society and church are emerging from an Apartheid state into a democratic nation, this book captures an authentic voice of those caught between affirmation of leadership and the reality of reluctant admission in the Baptist Church of South Africa.
Providing ethical and responsible member care to mission/aid staff is crucial to the health and well-being of both the individual and the organization.
Understanding the five major challenges the Church faces today: urbanization, world unemployment, hunger, AIDS and the relevance of the Christian faith.
Seeing ministry as “divine art” greatly impacts the way missionaries mentor those in their care.
One urban missions leader shares lessons from a six-year ministry outreach to Bengali immigrants.