Harnessing the power of anomalies could become a gateway to spreading the gospel through media.
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Noll endeavors to place the American evangelical experience within the broader story of global Christianity.
How seminaries and Christian colleges can strengthen the
Adopt-A-People Group program.
This book addresses the manner in which contextualization is a social and cultural response to the Christian faith that supports both personal and cultural identities.
How “spiritually adopting” African young people can lead to a revolution of “Timothys” who will bring hope to their worlds.
One principle of effective witness with Muslims is listening and allowing them to identify the issues which they find important in the discussion. It is then up to us to formulate our biblical understanding for them in those areas.
An inside look at fruitful cross-cultural partnerships in Latin America as seen through the eyes of David Brooks and Jōse de Dios, former and current Americas area directors for Wycliffe International.
by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert Moody Publishers, 820 N. LaSalle Blvd., Chicago, IL 60610, 208 pages, 2009, $14.99. —Reviewed by Laurie Fortunak Nichols, editorial coordinator, Evangelism and Missions Information Service (EMIS); managing editor, Evangelical Missions Quarterly. Christian ministry is not theoretical. It is lived-out, experienced; it is best done when applying biblical principles to . . . read more
Why “points of contact” between Christianity and Islam are mythical—and why Christians must stay true to the task of missions that lies before us.
Being effective in ministry in cultures such as Russia, where Russian Orthodoxy and suspicion of Americans are commonplace, includes a return to the simplicity of Bible study and scripture reading.