If followers of Christ want Muslims to feel comfortable in Christian worship services, they need to consider at least seven issues.
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This book identifies three of the virtually revolutionary concepts that have been at the heart of this paradigmatic change in how we communicate the gospel.
The conflict in Acts 6:1-7 may have multiple implications for multi-cultural mission organizations in the twenty-first century.
As the second of a 2-volume work, this book builds upon its companion volume by attempting to demonstrate how Groves’ ecclesiology was worked out in mission practice and theory.
The author offers a list of guidelines missionaries should and should not do when supporting any type of mission effort.
Revolution in Generosity is a compilation of the writings of twenty-two expert contributors, some of the best scholars and practitioners in Christian stewardship today.
The author suggests that a short-term mission trip focus on one thing: impacting the life of the participant in meaningful and measurable ways.
While discipleship in many cases has been reduced to the memorization and intellectual acceptance of “facts” about the gospel, this book proposes a simple alternative: repent of sin, read the Bible, and repeat.
Hyatt researched and interviewed many practitioners and missiologists to formulate “Questions and Biblical Guidelines” for ministering to Muslims.
In The Surprising Work of God, Garth M. Rosell offers an engaging portrayal of the emergence of the worldwide evangelical movement primarily through the life, work, and friendship of two of its key leaders: Harold John Ockenga and Billy Graham.