If the post-secular Nepali Church does not want to become obsolete, five principles need to be prioritized.
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Loewen’s purpose in writing this book is to encourage the Western woman who wants to get beyond fear to learn to love Muslim women, be at home with them, and share the love of Jesus.
Media can play a valuable role in mission strategy.
Other Books Received Annan, Kent. 2009. Following Jesus through the Eye of the Needle: Living Fully, Loving Dangerously. Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity Press. Bjorkgren-Thylin, Marika. 2009. From Pioneer Mission to Autonomous Church: Lutheran Mission Cooperation and Church Building in Thailand, 1976-1994. Abo, Finland: Abo Akademi University Press. Corr, Donald Philip. 2009. The Field Is the . . . read more
An organization that functions well in the partnership culture will be better positioned to manage the variety of partnership scenarios.
No one model will fit all. However, there are practical steps which build sending capacity.
This edition of Missions on the Web looks at sites that offer matching services and online listings of many opportunities with multiple organizations.
A Heart for the Community explores a wide range of issues relevant to holistic ministry in the city.
Westerners and Middle Easterners
Perry Shaw’s “Westerners and Middle Easterners Serving Together” (January 2010) was excellent.
A key theme permeates this book: the power of educating women, which proved to be an irresistible social force for reformation.