Missionary agencies are vehicles for the establishment of a missionary vision within the Church and the facilitation of that vision to the world. As such, agencies must manifest the commitment to high quality in their work.
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Anyone who knew this man and his work well are overjoyed to have his marvelous insights, scholarship, and creativity brought together in this single volume.
Mission agencies have an ethical and spiritual responsibility to help workers who are returning to “civilian life” back in the U.S. land on their feet.
by Lamin Sanneh Oxford University Press, 198 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016, 2008, 347 pages, $19.95. —Reviewed by Marvin Newell, executive director, CrossGlobal Link. Been looking for a solid read on the historical advancement of Christianity through the work of missions? Then look no further. Lamin Sanneh provides a scholarly treatment detailing core and . . . read more
An update of missionary care resources online.
Nussbaum’s approach focuses on deciding what level of research you need to solve a particular problem.
THE SHARIA OF GOD
This letter concerns Bradford Greer’s “The Sharia of God: A Contextual Bridge for Islamic Contexts” (July 2008).
With all due respect to politicians and members of the mission community, isn’t exaggeration and truth-shading something to be avoided?
by Dana L. Robert, ed. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2140 Oak Industrial Drive NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505, 2008, 320 pages, $40.00. —Reviewed by James Bertsche, former missionary to Congo (DRC) and executive secretary of Africa Inter-Mennonite Mission. The Christian mission has, along the way, encountered energetic criticism. In some cases, the dissent sees . . . read more
Can the Church be a thought-leader in shaping language that ascribes and affirms human dignity by recognizing the God-given identity of all humanity?