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Roy Osknevad is Interviewed by Marv Newell on Leader's Edge

By WCP Team
on June 05, 2019

Hot off the press, The Burden of Baggagepresents an insightful look inside the community of first-generation believers from Muslims backgrounds. It is noteworthy to see how Iranian culture carries over into the church, impacting both its strengths and vulnerabilities.

WCP Author is Interviewed by Marv Newell 

Greetings from Missio Nexus and welcome to the May 2019 edition of Leader's Edge Book Summary – Author Interview. I'm Marv Newell, and I give oversight to the learning services of Missio Nexus.

In this month’s author interview we feature an informal conversation with Roy Oksnevad who is author of the book The Burden of Baggage: First-Generation Issues in Coming to Christ. Our regular listeners know the monthly Leaders Edge Book Summary profiles one book in each of three topical categories: Spiritual Formation, Organizational Leadership and finally a book on some aspect of Missions or Ministry.

This month we are focused on a resource that falls within the ministry category. In this new book Roy Oksnevad, presents an insightful look inside the community of first generation believers from Muslims backgrounds. It is noteworthy to see portrayed how Iranian culture carries over into the church, impacting both its strengths and vulnerabilities. Again, the book is entitled The Burden of Baggage: First-Generation Issues in Coming to Christ.

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Interview with Doug Priest about Alan Tippett

By WCP Team
on October 18, 2018

AN INTERVIEW WITH DOUG PRIEST ABOUT ALAN TIPPETT

WCL- You served as Alan Tippett’s assistant in the 1970s while at Fuller Theological Seminary. How did this impact you? Do you have any anecdotes that can shine a light on who Alan Tippett was and what makes this series so important?

Doug Priest - First, let me say...

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