Although GenY may not technically be an “unreached people,” it may be on the endangered list.
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by Sean Gladding InterVarsity Press, P.O. Box 1400, Downers Grove, IL 60515, 193 pages, 2010, $17.00. —Reviewed by Scott Hedley, a research associate in Asia. Working with a Muslim language group and serving as a pastor in America, I have read many books on oral Bible storytelling. But this book is different: it chronicles a . . . read more
The authors discuss the prevalence, consequence, and contributing factors of discrimination against non-native speakers of English and provide insights to inform a biblically-based response to the issue.
by Paul H. De Neui, ed. William Carey Library, 1605 E. Elizabeth St., Pasadena, CA 91104, 234 pages, 2011, $17.99. —Reviewed by Chandler H. Im, director, Ethnic Ministries, Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College; director, Ethnic America Network. In life, suffering is plentiful and unavoidable. Suffering (dukkha in Pali) is Buddhism’s departure point. It is . . . read more
The author looks at families in Asian cultures and
offers a biblical view of marriage and the generations.
by Paul F. Koehler William Carey Library, 1605 East Elizabeth St, Pasadena, CA, 91104, 308 pages, 2010, $17.99. —Reviewed by Dr. Victor Anderson, chair, Pastoral Ministries department, Dallas Theological Seminary. Over the last couple of decades, cross-cultural workers have gained a heightened awareness of the challenges of communicating from a literate world to one that . . . read more
The author looks at “church” in the context of scripture and identifies applications for participating in Jesus’ work to establish his Church where it has never before existed.
by EJ Martin, ed. Fruitful Practice Research and Learning Together Press, 204 pages, 2010, $12.50. —Reviewed by Benjamin Lee Hegeman, SIM lecturer in the history of Christian-Muslim relations, Houghton College; SIM academic dean at the école biblique en langue baatonou, Benin, French West Africa. The fascination of this 200-page work lies in its formatting: it . . . read more
The author shares how a people in Papua have taken
Dutch-influenced and created songs and used them for the
growth and encouragement of the Church in that region.
by Alan Kreider and Eleanor Kreider Herald Press, 616 Walnut Ave, Scottdale, PA 15683, 276 pages, 2011, $19.99. —Reviewed by Roberta R. King, associate professor of communication and ethnomusicology and director of the Global Christian Worship program, Fuller Theological Seminary. The saying “Mission exists because worship does not” (Piper 1993) served as a rallying cry . . . read more