Using effective intercultural assessment tools can give reference points for forward movement in missionary training.
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How many of us have attempted to teach modern management techniques in another culture only to find nationals invariably returning to their accustomed norms and practices?
Chinese-Americans face challenges in China that other visitors do not face, but these challenges can open doors to ministry.
This book is the definitive work for contemporary tentmaking. Patrick Lai has composed a very extensive and highly-practical resource birthed from many years of personal experience and interviews from over 450 tentmakers serving in the 10/40 Window.
Doing conflict resolution better requires understanding both human dysfunction and biblical discipline.
As one whose missionary ministry has spanned the entire second half of the twentieth century, Dr. David Hesselgrave has been an active and reflective practitioner in world evangelism during an amazing period of expansion in the world Christian movement.
The Central Asian Russian Scriptures (CARS) Project is designed to contextualize the Russian Bible for the Muslim people of Central Asia.
In the midst of so many demands, we must deal creatively, compassionately and constructively with valued older servants.
A Japanese-American scholar discusses how Confucianism can look remarkably similar to Christianity.
Promoting healthy contexualizationand avoiding syncretism involves a deep understanding of scripture, culture and one’s own attitude.