Four of the most contested issues associated with ministry to Muslims—and suggestions for greater harmony among those working in Muslim settings.
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Moving toward fulfilling the good work God has for us includes wisdom and action. Bacon offers guidelines for finding our way in the myriad of options.
The author proposes it is time to move from a singular focus on Unreached People Groups to developing a
high priority for Undiscipled People Groups.
Evil spirits and demonic forces are very real issues today. Van der Meer reflects on how the Church in Africa has responded and action steps to move forward biblically.
by Frampton F. Fox A wide-eyed teenager on a trick bicycle approached me on the sidewalk in front of the parliament building where the diverse collection of Edinburgh 2010 delegates had gathered for a reception. The youth questioned me intensely, “Who are these people!?” What he had seen was a motley collection of ethnicities, cultural . . . read more
by Allen Yeh Lausanne has revitalized their movement by launching their Third Congress on World Evangelization (October 17-24, 2010) in Cape Town, South Africa. The first was held in 1974 in Lausanne, Switzerland (where the movement got its namesake); the second in 1989 in Manila. For much of the 1990s, the Lausanne Movement lay rather . . . read more
One of the greatest challenges in my ten years as international director of SIM (Serving In Mission) was to find ways for missionaries with radically different assumptions about leadership to work together in harmony.
Through contact with thousands of Boomers across the U.S. who are considering a future in missions, five significant obstacles seem to be common: faith, finances, fit, family, and fight.
by A. Scott Moreau and Mike O’Rear By the time you read this, the four celebrations of the centenary of Edinburgh 1910 will be behind us. Of the four, Tokyo 20101 (tokyo2010.org) and Capetown 2010 (lausanne.org/cape-town-2010) were most focused on the interests and ongoing passions of evangelicals. Tokyo 2010 issued a clarion call to keep . . . read more
Insider Approach to Muslim Ministry
I appreciate EMQ running an “Insider Approach to Muslim Ministry a Latino Perspective” by Carlos Diaz (July 2010).