Daniels suggests missionaries on the field return to personal alms-giving, thereby investing in relationships on a deeper level.
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The book is the first in a new series from Eerdmans entitled the “Missional Church series,” and is comprised of essays that come from a conference on the missional church hosted by Luther Seminary in December 2005.
Ten ways missionaries on furlough and mission committees and churches can bless each other.
We European and American missionaries brought the Word to Africa, and we relegated music to its pagan past. This book, very positive in tone, provides a sobering look at what we missed.
How do missionaries in Muslim churches speak of the divinity of Christ without appearing to contradict their belief in monotheism?
Jonathan R. Wilson believes that the “practicing church” declares God’s redemptive work and enhances the church’s witness through the empowerment of the Spirit.
Bruce Olson discusses what God did during his time with the Motilone—and how he saw Christ renew a nearly extinct people.
Jones offers four ways in which church planters need mentoring—and how they correspond to four eras in a church planter’s life.
The authors ask and offer suggestions on understanding relational needs and relationship services for missionary teams.
Murphy shows how to transform a mundane prayer letter into something exciting and engaging.