Collaboration in intercultural ministry can be improved by considering three relational realities. The author uses a case study from Africa as an example.
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by Robert Scott InterVarsity Press, P.O. Box 1400, Downers Grove, IL 60515, 2011, 162 pages, $15.00. —Reviewed by Gene Daniels, senior research associate, Fruitful Practice Research. Robert Scott’s book, Questions Muslims Ask, is a welcome addition to the current encounter between evangelical Christians and Islam. It is a true apologetic—friendly, yet truth-bearing, offering theological depth . . . read more
While unpacking five myths about virtual leadership, the author offers practical wisdom for leaders engaged in distance leadership.
by Michael Rynkiewich Cascade Books, 199 W. 8th Ave., Suite 3, Eugene, OR 97401, 2011, 280 pages (including bibliography and index), $33.00. —Reviewed by Elizabeth Korver-Glenn, Sociology Department, Rice University, Houston, Texas. In his self-proclaimed life’s work (Preface, xv), Michael Rynkiewich presents a wonderful introduction to the complex anthropological task missionaries around the world are . . . read more
Field leaders typically navigate four dimensions in their roles: personal, organizational, stewardship, impact. The authors give guidance on how to address each of these.
Other Books Received
Anderson, Gerald H. with John Roxborogh, John M. Prior, and Christoffer H. Grundmann. 2012. Witness to World Christianity: The International Association for Mission Studies, 1972-2012. New Haven, Conn.: OMSC Publications.
Looking at his own life and the life of the Apostle Peter, the author shares how we can prevent ourselves from becoming reluctant leaders and move forward as God calls us.
by A. Scott Moreau and Laurie Nichols Mike O’Rear and I (Scott) started the Missions on the Web column in October 1997. Over those fifteen years, he and I developed a deep friendship. We took turns writing the column (with the non-writing partner editing and checking the links) without missing a beat. With Mike going . . . read more
Rather than assume Bible translation can only be done the way it has always been done, it is time to use Internet technology in new ways so people groups can complete Bible translations for themselves.
A case study of how one group in Eastern Europe is using short-term teams to accelerate the impact of long-term ministry.