Ministry Education for the Global Church

The case for ministry education for the Global Church is frequently made (Greenman and Green 2014) and millions of dollars annually are poured into Bible schools, colleges, and seminaries in the West and in the Majority World, yet the envisioned effect is not realized. Perhaps it is time to revisit our assumptions and rethink our training model.

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