The author considers if five ethical values presented by a left-wing, Brazilian philosopher can be used to better short-term mission trips.
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This collection of essays, originally presented at the SEANET XI missiological forum in Chiang Mai, Thailand (January 2009), is a magnificent contribution to this issue of primal importance for missional advance.
The author offers three foundational guidelines for workers among children in high-risk situations.
Gideon’s People is an impressive achievement by the authors who took over a decade to translate and edit the diaries left behind by the German Moravian missionaries serving an American Indian community at Pachgatgoch in the Housatonic Valley of northwestern Connecticut.
A case study of how the Church Missionary Society of Australia has worked to develop a model of best practice in the pastoral care of missionaries.
The author structures the book around the stories of ten individuals, mostly unconnected to each other. The common thread is the author’s connection to each.
A biblical examination of eight aspects from the life of Barnabas for church-planting teams.
Invitation to World Missions contains a strong biblical approach with practical suggestions.
If and when trust, task conflict, commitment to group decisions, accountability, and group goals can be effective in team building and church planting.
This book is a good contribution to the emerging literature on work in slum communities but without a specific focus on missional notions.