by Larry Poston “Do not be overrighteous, neither be overwise—why destroy yourself? Do not be overwicked, and do not be a fool—why die before your time? It is good to grasp the one and not let go of the other.The man who fears God will avoid all extremes.” (Ecc. 7:16-18) Whenever I quote the above . . . read more
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The Meeting of the Waters is not your usual “mission textbook,” but it is the kind of trends analysis that is indispensable for anticipating future church and mission.
If we are to understand missions worldwide, we need to look at the role of women in God’s economy.
The book is an excellent read for getting basic theological insight into the world of marketplace ministry.
Why would one missionary organization decide to form an alliance with another?
Written for present and potential church planters, this is not so much a book of new ideas but, rather a book of ideas on how to generate new ideas relevant to the church planter’s specific cultural and economic context.
Examples of how Operation World can help you pray in an informed way for issues addressed in EMQ articles.
Flanigan, Shawn Teresa. 2010. For the Love of God: NGOs and Religious Identity in a Violent World. Sterling, Va.: Kumarian Press. Hirsch, Alan and Debra Hirsch. 2010. Untamed: Reactivating a Missional Form of Discipleship. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Books. Malone, Kelly. 2009. The Sword of the Spirit: How God’s Word Changes Lives. Smyrna, Del.: Missional . . . read more
May 2010, 900 mission leaders from 85 countries representing nearly 100,000 missionaries met together at the Tokyo 2010 Global Mission Consultation. As an outcome, the consultation issued the following declaration.