Missiologically Aware Blog

Grit to Stay Grace to Go: Staying Well in Cross-Cultural Ministry

Reviewed by L. Lynn Thigpen, PhD, adjunct professor, Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia, and emeritus IMB missionary to Southeast Asia.

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Contextualization and the Old Testament: Between Asian and Western Perspectives

Reviewed by Justin Wheaton who is pursuing a master’s degree in Old Testament and semitic languages from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

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Hybridizing Mission: Intercultural Social Dynamics among Christian Workers on Multicultural Teams in North Africa

Reviewed by Mark D. Wood, PhD, director of the Kingdom Leadership Training Center, Darhan, Mongolia.

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Ambassadors of Reconciliation: God’s Mission through Missions for All

Reviewed by Kyle D. Frohock, PhD student, Center for Missiological Research, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California, and development and intercultural engagement director for The Wesley Heritage Foundation, Midland, Georgia.

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Multiplying Leaders in Intercultural Contexts

Reviewed by Bob Bagley who is now semi-retired after almost four decades of service with Global Partners in various leadership roles.

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Reading the Bible Around the World: A Student’s Guide to Global Hermeneutics

Reviewed by Nathaniel (Than) Veltman who currently serves as mission scholar in missiology and community development with United World mission’s theological education initiative at the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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World Religions: A Guide to the Essentials

The market for textbooks for courses in world religions might be crowded, but Thomas A. Robinson’s and Hillary P. Rodrigues’ new edition of World Religions

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Humble Confidence: A Model for Interfaith Apologetics

As a young Christian, I was introduced to Christian apologetics through the book Evidence that Demands a Verdict, by the venerable Josh McDowell.

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Zúme Training: Multiplying Disciples

Disciple-making is a lost art. In many churches discipleship is largely dependent on programs organized by local churches

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Centered-Set Church: Discipleship and Community Without Judgmentalism

An International Review with a decade of pastoral and church-planting experience in East Asia and the Northeastern United States.

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