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.
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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.
A study of church planters reveals that they are more likely to be motivated to continue on the field if certain criteria are in place. The author offers help for mission agencies and team leaders looking to help their church planters succeed in their tasks.
The following eleven guidelines allow missionaries to maintain the necessary philosophical and methodological freedom in which to fulfill their callings, while simultaneously establishing healthy biblical and missiological parameters in light of the kingdom ethic.
Sitting on the plane after the coach training class she’d just attended, Kris was excited about what she had learned and was looking forward to the upcoming coaching sessions.
Most of the sites referenced in this article are focused on evangelical and Protestant Christian mission, and we’ve included a few Roman Catholic sites of particular value for evangelicals.
Jay Moon’s wonderful book deserves a place in the collection of anyone who has an interest in contextualization or effective ministry in oral settings.
One main purpose of the text is “not to comprehensively argue for the truth of Christian claims…but to clarify the differences” (p. 176) between Christianity and Buddhism.