Global workers must discern, learn, and affirm values in a Christ-like way.
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The following letter was written to a missionary with whom I have a long-term friendship.
The need for specialized mental health services within missions is growing. It can be responded to best by openly acknowledging the need and actively seeking out specialists who can carry out the work.
Nine principles for creating more healthy leadership transitions.
A tremendously effective partnership between a group of missionaries to North Africans in France and a local French church led to the formation of a ministry model for the future placement of teams in France.
Impressions gleaned from interaction with mission leadership across the country.
A comparison of the missiology of four men—Donald A. McGavran, Carl F. H. Henry, John R. W. Stott, and Ralph D. Winter.
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A conversion research project on the growth of the Thai Protestant Church addressed what kind of people become Christians and what types of churches attract non-believers.
Informal and formal groups are fertile grounds for disciple-making in Africa if utilized well. Discipleship, clearly defined, must find its home in groups.