Effectively partnering with ministries cross-culturally is important to avoid the use of three common (and misguided) metaphors.
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Eleven well-researched and well-documented chapters that deal with a wide range of topics and techniques on sharing Jesus among Buddhists.
Dramatic changes are occurring in missions and MK schools around the world. MK schools need to adapt to these changes.
Martin Parsons sets himself a profound and weighty task—that of spelling out a different way of conveying to Muslims the reality of who Jesus is.
A veteran missionary compares “African time” with “American time” and shares how cross-cultural missionaries in Africa benefit from seeing time as a precious commodity.
The Haystack Prayer Meeting in 1806 is still impacting global missions today.
Two open letters, one to missionary candidates and one to mission executives, reflect the changing context of missions.
Ministering transculturally requires letting go of “Christianity made in America” and contextualizing our faith in other cultures.
A sociological lens offers helpful perspectives in discipling Muslim-background believers.
To foster trust and harmony within a Christian workplace it is necessary for accountability to be carried out effectively and consistently.