Mary Shepard Wong and Suresh Canagarajah have masterfully assembled a collection of thirty-one essays by both secular (“critical”) and Christian writers.
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Few today would disagree that 1910 was a major turning point for the world Christian movement.
Twelve hundred delegates from 170 mission agencies and denominations came together to study the preparatory reports of eight commissions. Edinburgh 2010: Mission Then and Now is structured around the reports of the eight commissions:
We at the Billy Graham Center are passionately committed to evangelism in the U.S., the West, and the Majority World.
For those of you needing guidance on implementing the theoretical aspects of Alan Hirsch’s popular 2007 publication, The Forgotten Ways, this follow-up handbook is for you.
https://emqonline.com/store/reprints-Westerners%20and%20Middle%20Easterners%20Serving%20TogetherThe author shares seven common struggles in ministry partnerships in the Middle East.
This collection includes an array of articles, starting with a classic reflection on biblical models of mission by David Bosch and concluding with two articles on global trends in Christianity by Peter C. Phan and J. Samuel Escobar.
Harnessing the power of anomalies could become a gateway to spreading the gospel through media.
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.