The author discusses the benefits of a church moving from singular people adoption toward a multiple people group advocacy model.
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Four lessons emerged as national co-workers talked about their primary desires for partnership.
The internet allows people to engage in the secret sin of pornography, and it is not until marriages and families are destroyed, jobs are lost, and friendships suffer that people begin to see its ugly consequences.
The danger is that easily measured outcomes will be measured while others remain unmeasured, leading to misallocated resources and superficial benefits.
In this installment of Missions on the Web we look at networks, fellowships, and associations of mission agencies around the world.
Visser brings clarity to a statistical “mess” with what is surely the most comprehensive and rigorous statistical study of the Thai Church ever.
The author takes an insightful look at the issues surrounding the largest mission initiative of our time.
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.