The author takes an insightful look at the issues surrounding the largest mission initiative of our time.
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The challenges to organizational unity are perhaps as great today as they have ever been.
This latest book in a series of three by Sherwood G. Lingenfelter deals with culture and cross-cultural leadership for Western and Majority World leaders who are leading multicultural teams in various ministry contexts.
Interpersonal conflicts frequently trouble missionary endeavors.
As a Roman Catholic clergy in the Majority World and a trained cultural anthropologist, Francisco Claver, evaluates the Church through the eyes of both a theologian and a social scientist.
Wycliffe International’s “Matching Funds Experiment” produced significant results for the Church to consider when considering models of local and global giving for missionary support.
Medearis focuses on how to build quality relationships with Muslims.
The author seeks to create a larger ethic for the issue of missionary affluence that allows others to make redemptive decisions in particular contexts.
One of the most exciting aspects of the increasing appreciation for oral communication strategies in Christian missions is the emergence of ethnomusicology.
The author shares how historical reflection promoted meaningful presentations of the gospel with Muslims in North Africa.