A study of current and former field staff looks at factors related to retention issues among North American cross-cultural workers. Recommendations for agencies are included.
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This book is a fine tribute to a singular individual whose powerful impact on Jewish outreach has yet to be measured.
Seeing many people come into the Kingdom of God requires more than just a look at the soil. It requires hard work and carefully evaluating the sun and rain, the sower, the seed, and our method of sowing.
James Plueddemann gives the Global Church a toolbox for crafting leadership for cross-cultural ministry.
Non-contextualization is occurring in many cultural contexts—even in the ministry of those who promote the highest levels of contextualization—where new churches have been planted in the last few decades.
Schmit’s new book paves the way for a refreshing discussion highlighting the common ground that unites worship.
Latino missionaries hold new perspectives related to relationships with Muslim neighbors, methods of communicating and developing church-planting movements, and a unique viewpoint of possible problems.
This stimulating book asks the key question it raises: “Can leadership for the missional church be developed in the seminary?” The answer seems to be, “Not without radical reform.”
Six metaphors shed light on how international networks can clearly demonstrate the unity of Christ to non-Christians.
The Spirit in the World is an outgrowth of an international symposium titled “Spirit in the World: The Dynamics of Pentecostal Growth and Experience.”