By Ryan Shaw
- The Mobilized Church: Keys to Unlock Missions PotentialTue Sep 29 2020
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- Webinar: Measuring the Invisible: How Gender Bias Impacts Women in LeadershipThu Oct 22 2020, 02:00pm EDT
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Has your church’s unique, God-given potential to reach the nations been UNLOCKED?
By Alliance for the Unreached It’s wonderful that so many hearts, like yours, are burning for the two billion unreached people in the world who have yet to hear the life-changing good news of Jesus’s great love for them. But that heart of passion needs to be combined with a head for the facts if . . . read more
John Amalraj, Geoffrey W. Hahn, and William D. Taylor, eds. Reviewed by Tabor Laughlin, Intercultural Studies PhD student at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS), missionary in China ten years, leader of a small mission agency in NW China, and author of Becoming Native to Win the Natives.
By Paul Woods. Reviewed by John Doss, senior pastor, Discovery Christian Community, Salt Lake City, Utah.
By David A Hollinger. Reviewed by Richard Cook, Associate Professor of Church History and Missions at Logos Evangelical Seminary in El Monte, California. He served as a missionary in Taiwan for over ten years and has a PhD in Modern Chinese History from the University of Iowa.
By Amit A. Bhatia. Reviewed by Fred Farrokh, Global Initiative: Reaching Muslim Peoples.
Some time ago I read in the pages of a mission magazine that came to my desk an amazing statement. The writer was emphasizing his “conviction that the church, not the mission board, is the sending agency.” He added that according to the book of Acts, “the church at Antioch accepted responsibility for the Apostle Paul.” Then he went on to say that “in the 11th chapter of Acts Barnabas heard of Paul, sought him out, brought him to Antioch and helped him serve an internship in that church of not less than one year.”
Most people who know something about the late missiologist Ralph Winter, know about his Lausanne 1974 plenary address on unreached peoples (Winter 1975). Some know him from his reinvigorating the discussion about church and mission structures—which he called Sodalities and Modalities (Winter 1974). Still others know him because of his foundational work on Theological Education by Extension (TEE) in the 1960s (Winter 1969).