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Other Recommended Mission Reads

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Cranton, David and Ruth Padilla Deborst. 2013. Mission as Transformation: Learning from the Catalysts. Oxford: Regnum.

Butler, Jason. 2013. Dangerous Presence: Following Jesus into the City. Indianapolis: Wesleyan Publishing House.

Cranton, David and Ruth Padilla Deborst. 2013. Mission as Transformation: Learning from the Catalysts. Oxford: Regnum.

Eenigenburg, Sue. 20143. More Screams, Different Deserts: Joy and Perseverance for Women in Cross-Cultural Ministry. Pasadena, Calif.: William Carey Library.

Lekundayo, Godwin. 2013. The Cosmic Christ: Towards Effective Mission among the Maasai. Oxford: Regnum.

Makonene, Getu, ed. 2013. Transforming Microfinance: A Christian Approach. Oxford: Regnum.

Rommen, Edward. 2013. Come and See:  An Eastern Orthodox Perspective on Contextualization. Pasadena, Calif.: William Carey Library.

Yoder, John Howard. 2014. Theology of Mission: A Believers Church Perspective. Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity Press.

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