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The Dynamics of Christian Mission: History through a Missiological Perspective By Paul Pierson
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In this text, Paul E. Pierson, Dean Emeritus of the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, guides the reader through a missiological view of history from Christ to the... More > present. Pierson particularly highlights the contexts by which the biblical faith moved into new and different cultures. Today, the Christian faith is the most geographically and culturally diverse worldwide movement that exists. Paul E. Pierson's book illuminates how this amazing fact has come about and how the trend will continue.< Less
Spreading the fire By Peter Vandever
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Spreading the fire By Peter Vandever
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SIAM THE LAND OF THE WHITE ELEPHANT Its People, History and Culture By George B. Bacon
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This book is a compilation from the annals of history. Taken from first-hand accounts of explorers, missionaries and traders from the West's earliest contact, this is a faithful synthesis of Thai... More > history, culture and ethnography as they knew and observed it. George Bacon brings together the history of these tumultuous times, along with cultural description, a large extent of geographic knowledge, and insight into the people and their lives. He does all of this with a clear focus and a generosity of spirit that was rare for his time. This book is the valuable early account of Thailand as explorers first found her. As such, it is a rare window into a people and a place which is all but lost to us today. The power of memory for a people and a land is beyond estimation. The DNA of the people and the land that we find here in this book holds vital clues to us who would work to call up the Thai people into their divine, end-time destiny!< Less
Spirit-Shaped Mission By Andy Lord
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Spirit-Shaped Mission develops a framework for a charismatic understanding of the 'mission of the Spirit.' It contributes to Pentecostal, evangelical and charismatic thinking on missiology. It is... More > rooted both in scholarly discussion and charismatic experience. Andy Lord is a senior pastor who holds a PhD in Pentecostal Ecclesiology from the University of Birmingham, UK.< Less
Ethnographic Chicago: Considering College Students and Ethiopian & Tamilian Immigrants By Cody C. Lorance
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Ethnographic Chicago is the result of a serious attempt by Chicago Metropolitan Baptist Association to begin to think missiologically about our growing and diverse mission field. Here we examine two... More > immigrant people groups and two next generation population segments to consider what are the natural barriers and potential bridges to engaging these peoples with the person and work of Jesus Christ.< Less
Ethnographic Chicago: Considering College Students and Ethiopian & Tamilian Immigrants By Cody C. Lorance
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Ethnographic Chicago is the result of a serious attempt by Chicago Metropolitan Baptist Association to begin to think missiologically about our growing and diverse mission field. Here we examine two... More > immigrant people groups and two next generation population segments to consider what are the natural barriers and potential bridges to engaging these peoples with the person and work of Jesus Christ.< Less
Paul - Was he a Missionary? By Cosmin Pascu
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Paul is the missionary example for many in theory, but not in practice. In all his years Paul’s ministry was that of His master from whom he learned how to serve God’s people. For Paul... More > mission was not manifested in numbers or money, in position or authority but in the interest of God’s love and kindness towards people. Strikingly, Paul presents to us a work which began within himself, and not with others. The gracious love and mercy shown to him made him unlike others in his interpretation of religious life. This disturbed others and endangered his life.< Less
SKETCHES OF LIFE AT SARAWAK BORNEO And FOLK-LORE IN BORNEO By J. Scott Husted, Editor
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Harriette MacDougal was an early missionary to Borneo. Arriving with her husband and children along with a handful of other missionaries,the men soon traveled into the interior of the island to plot... More > out the land. They never returned. So begins the story of a band of intrepid women who built a mission station and later a church and school, all while raising their children in a wild outpost of headhunters. They lived their lives as a sacrifice among the people who took their husbands. It didn't matter -- they came to bring the gospel to a people who had not yet heard it! This volume contains this wonderful, shocking and inspiring story, and also a brief anthropological sketch from a few decades later. Together they give a surprisingly thorough view of a people as yet barely touched by western civilization. As such, this volume is a valuable record of the life, culture and folklore of the Dyak people of Sarawak Borneo.< Less
JAMES GILMOUR OF MONGOLIA By Richard Lovett, M.A.
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James Gilmour was an extrordinary man with an extrordinary call. Gilmour traveled from England into inland China to study Chinese and Mongolian, and then he trekked thousands of miles into the icy... More > Mongolian Plateau, to lay down his life for the people there! At the beginning, "...the news of the Tientsin massacre reached Peking. A Roman Catholic convent had been destroyed and thirteen French ministers killed. Very great uncertainty prevailed as to whether this indicated a further purpose of attacking all missions and all foreigners, and for a while things looked very dark...When others were wondering whether they might not have to retreat, he, alone, in almost total ignorance of the language, entirely unfamiliar with the country, went up to the great Mongolian plain, and entered upon the service so close to his heart—" ... to win the Mongol people for Christ! Discover for yourself the power of the gospel to change a people, mold a nation and bring them to the threshold of their God-ordained destiny!< Less