Dawson interviewed “as many people as we could from all walks of life” to read the vital signs of life for doing evangelism.
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Forgotten Girls is a collection of brief, yet poignantly written, vignettes depicting the often harrowing lives of girls in the Majority World.
Kingdom without Borders: The Untold Story of Global Christianity is a sweeping appraisal of the global advance of Christianity and the state of the Church around the world.
The differences between the various regions of the Global South are real and significant in terms of their defining characteristics.
by Enoch Wan and Michael Pocock, eds. Evangelical Missiological Society Series 17. William Carey Library, 1605 E. Elizabeth St., Pasadena, CA 91104, 2009, 411 pages, $14.99. —Reviewed by Christopher J. Black, a Ph.D. candidate at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Volume 17 of the Evangelical Missiological Society’s monograph series flows out of their 2008 annual . . . read more
The problem comes when a “missions-minded” church is not counterbalanced with the corresponding recognition that mission agencies need to recognize the God-ordained place of the local church.
Drawing upon their personal teaching experiences in nearly a dozen countries, Michael Romanowski and Teri McCarthy provide a highly useful and practical guide for three groups of evangelical Christians who teach overseas.
The author provides a biblical antidote to the suggestion that a rollercoaster of emotions is part of a normal behavior curve that serves to validate the newcomer’s right to a season of despondency.
Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert have sought to help North American congregations—and their missionaries—to constructively participate in poverty-alleviating strategies.
Empowering women harvest force workers to fulfill God’s calling in their lives can bear tremendous fruit for the gospel.