In a world where geo-political considerations dominate the news, another question looms large in a more eternal direction: “What are the implications of this for an Arab Spring of gospel advance?”
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Conscientiousness and commitment are vital qualities of effective Christian workers, but over-conscientious workers do not listen to their limitations as humans.
The author summarizes experiential data and compares it with the biblical evidence in an effort to suggest a paradigm shift for the Church in the West with regard to the salvific utility of dreams and visions for Muslims.
Through describing his own personal journey, the author shares how God’s people can do their best work, following the leading of the Holy Spirit.
by George Patterson William Carey Library, 1605 E. Elizabeth St., Pasadena, CA 91104, 414 pages, 2012, $24.99. —Reviewed by Garrett Matthew East, missionary with Churches of Christ, headed for Tabora, Tanzania. Come Quickly Dawn is a hybrid manual/novel for missionary training. Set in the context of a small Central American town called “Bat Haven,” it . . . read more
A method for developing a measurement instrument that can guide leaders to define the end goal and that provides church planters with a graphic picture of progress.
by Mike Barnett and Robin Martin, editors InterVarsity Press, P.O. Box 1400, Downers Grove, IL 60515-1426, 640 pages, 2012, $35.00. —Reviewed by Richard R. Cook, associate professor of church history and missions, Logos Evangelical Seminary, El Monte, California. The global missionary movement is multiplying and transforming at a breakneck pace, especially in the last ten . . . read more
Deculturation is speeding up. And it’s happening worldwide. We must, therefore, ask ourselves, Is the mission industry keeping up with these changes?
by Tom Doyle Thomas Nelson, P.O. Box 141000, Nashville TN 37214, 288 pages, 2012, $15.99. —Reviewed by Scott Hedley, a research associate in Asia. As a researcher working with a Muslim language group in Asia, I was very interested in the subject of this book since I have personally met Muslims who have become more . . . read more