Five ways to discern when a missionary assignment is coming to an end.
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This book explores for contemporary academics the challenge posed a quarter of a century earlier by Charles Malik: recapturing the great universities for Jesus Christ can and must be done through scholars who live out an integrated focus on the two tasks of saving the soul and the mind.
Aside from the discipling/mentoring aspect, there are at least four arenas in which a proper understanding of patronage will have an impact on the effectiveness of missionary service.
Tim Tennent’s book asks, “What can the worldwide Church learn from the theological reflection going on in the Majority World Church, reflection which has largely been ignored in Western theological circles?”
Exploring the regions beyond simply successful church planting and explaining how church planting can rise to become great in nature.
Written by practitioners, teachers, and theologians, this book offers hope for children through establishing a biblical framework that counteracts the secular devaluing of children.
The author investigates the underlying causes of dual allegiance—and offers biblical responses to eight situations where dual allegiance is commonplace.
Gerald Sittser’s book connects the dots between the “old” and “new” ways of being the people of God.
By identifying themselves as people who love and follow the Sharia of God, missionaries ministering to Muslims can better communicate the Christian faith and disciple those who seek to follow Jesus.
A unified church-planting community will have both high relationship cohesiveness and high task cohesiveness.