Why do missionaries come home prematurely and what can be done about it? Hudson Deane has asked these questions to ninety-two evangelical missionaries from nineteen agencies who were returning to New Zealand.
Even the most stable marriages are severely strained in the context of cross-cultural living. Eenigenburg lists potential stressors couples may face on the field—and offers helpful tips to overcome these.
Historians have long discussed the theological and cultural influence of the eighteenth-century evangelical awakenings on Great Britain and her North American colonies.
Godly parenting with the goal of spiritual formation of children requires a focused and strong commitment to be involved in the lives of our children.
Many today may be startled to learn that “Hinduism” is a relatively recent term that did not come into vogue until the late eighteenth century.
Balisky lays out a “theology of the family in mission,” reflecting on missional families in the Bible.
Parker traces the history of the SVM by focusing on a variety of themes that shaped the movement’s birth and development.
Daniels suggests missionaries on the field return to personal alms-giving, thereby investing in relationships on a deeper level.
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.