Bruce Riley Ashford, editor. B&H Academic, 127 Ninth Avenue North, MSN 114 Nashville, TN 37234, 2011, 352 pages, $25.99. —Reviewed by William Taylor, senior mentor, WEA Mission Commission; president, TaylorGlobalConsult. I am indebted to Bruce Ashford and his team of writers for a substantive, coherent, biblical, and creative approach to the theology and practice of . . . read more
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There are key questions which must be asked when considering cross-cultural evangelism.
by Marvin J. Newell As human beings living in a mechanized world, we embrace the processes of calibrating and recalibrating on a daily basis. Recalibrating implies that somewhere along the way we have either gotten something wrong, have lost our way, or don’t quite have it right. That in itself is difficult for mission . . . read more
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As technology has advanced, the age of being able to have separate identities at home and on the field has ended. Missionaries now need to know how to serve with one life story.
Every mission society seems to have its own stable of unsung heroes — one of those is Walter Gowans.