The author looks at individualistic and collectivistic worldviews and explains how the Church can move toward a cross-cultural identity of forgiveness in respective cultures.
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These five marks sketch out the parameters of a holistic concept of mission and provide a starting point for on-going reflection.
Four stories from the Book of Daniel serve as examples to those serving God in creative access countries.
Sills clarifies the missionary call by discussing factors that make up the call.
The author asks what effective and efficient multinational partnership looks like and how multinational teams can function practically.
Nurturing the Nations is primarily about women, but in addition, it covers the related topics of poverty and worldview.
If followers of Christ want Muslims to feel comfortable in Christian worship services, they need to consider at least seven issues.
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.