I was always the kid who avoided art class at any cost. Who would have guessed that now I would be known as the “Picture Drawing Lady?”
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by Charles E. Farhadian Baker Academic, 2015.
It is recognized that the member care movement in Latin America started around the 1999-2000s (O’Donnell 2011). In this article, I would like to introduce the idea that, symbolically, we could say that as a movement, Latin member care workers are in an adolescent stage. We have a lot of passion, but we are not well integrated or mature, and we do not have a clear identity.
by Charles A. Davis InterVarsity Press, 2015.
While women continue to sacrifice immensely for God’s mission, they are victims of sexism and marginalization.
by Pam Smith SPCK, 2015.
It is a fundamental principle of church-planting movements that workers for the harvest are in the harvest (Garrison 2004, 172; Cole 2005, 149). We have the privilege of living in a time when more and more missionaries are emerging from the harvest itself.
by Derwin L. Gray Next Leadership Network, 2015.
The phenomenon of globalization is impacting all sectors of society, and mission agencies are no exception. Of course, mission agencies have always been concerned with culture—we have been talking about cross-cultural communication and strategies for reaching out across cultures for as long as we’ve existed
by Paul McGuinness 181 Publishing, 2015.