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.
- Webinar: Through the WallThu Jan 28 2021, 02:00pm EST
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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.
The author shares why terminology can be limiting and occasionally harmful—and why it may be time we shifted our thinking.
The right perspectives on fundraising that counter thirteen common misconceptions.
by Beate Fagerli, Knud Jørgensen, Rolv Olsen, Kari Storstein Haug, and Knut Tveitereid, editors Regnum Books International, St. Philip & St. James Church, Woodstock Rd., Oxford OX2 6HR UK, 2012, 200 pages, £26.99. —Reviewed by Sarita D. Gallagher, assistant professor of religion at George Fox University, Newberg, Oregon. From the first missionary journeys of . . . read more
by Jonathan J. Bonk, editor Wipf & Stock, 199 W. 8th Ave., Suite 3, Eugene, OR 97401, 360 pages, 2011, $40.00. —Reviewed by Gilles Gravelle, PhD, director of research & innovation, The Seed Company—a Wycliffe USA affiliate. This book is a collection of papers by twenty-five authors, including responders. It is the result of the . . . read more
by Ruth Rosen Thomas Nelson, P.O. Box 141000, Nashville, TN 37214, 2012, 320 pages, $22.99. —Reviewed by Theresa Newell, chairman and founding director, CMJ USA; North America coordinator, Lausanne Consultation on Jewish Evangelism, 1999-2007. Moishe Rosen put Jewish evangelism on the map in the last quarter of the twentieth century. He is the founder of . . . read more
by Paul H. De Neui, editor SEANET Series, vol. 9. William Carey Library, 1605 E. Elizabeth Street, Pasadena, CA 91104, 2012, xiv+156 pages, $15.99. —Reviewed by Edwin R. Zehner, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Westmont College, Santa Barbara, California. This volume asks what levels of missionary living and organizational expenditure best aid effectiveness while avoiding . . . read more