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Jawbone Prayers and Blessing

By DG Wynn
on October 28, 2019

So I woke up this morning after months of onslaught... there is no other word for the recent deluge of work, challenges, and bears, oh my! It's been intense, and I bet you are feeling like that too. Yet today I woke up and for the first time in months my heart said:
"Hand me a jawbone Lord, I'm ready to get back in the battle!"

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Inspiration from Fruit to Harvest

By DG Wynn
on September 30, 2019

God desires all people to come in touch with the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. The Almighty wants all the saints to grow in their spiritual maturity into Christlikeness. Although we also know there is a spiritual battle going on. Our enemy, the devil, fights against this plan of God from happening in our hearts and hearts of our Muslim friends. He doesn’t want to see God moving among the families of the nations. So the Bible shows us the way to fight this battle, and that is to pray.

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Book Review of Margins of Islam

By WCP Team
on September 13, 2019
Mission to Muslims must begin at the local level, where they live, how they live, and what they say about themselves.

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What is Radical?

By DG Wynn
on September 13, 2019
What is Radical? MissionBooks.org

The oh so radical thing that I was talking about was movements.

This is about making disciples. And that is a radical act. 

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Missions Catalyst loves Fruit to Harvest

By WCP Team
on August 28, 2019
Missions Catalyst loves Fruit to Harvest MissionBooks.org

Fruit to Harvest is a sequel of sorts, as the name suggests.

 

Like the first volume, it is based on the proceedings of a global conference on reaching Muslims. Some 47 authors from 21 nations and 30 different agencies working across the Muslim world contributed case studies, information about ministry among Muslims, current challenges, and new strategies.

I appreciated material addressing urban enclaves, Muslim migrants, and nomadic Muslims, as well as strong material on honor and shame, suffering and persecution, partnership, and more. I recommend it highly.

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Perspectives Alumni Spark Movements to Jesus

By DG Wynn
on August 19, 2019

Two alumni of the Perspectives Course have recently shared their story with a valued co-laborer in finishing the task on his podcast Movements with Steve Addison. 

Terry and Amy Ruff talk about what it takes to multiply disciple making movements in West Africa. In the interview they humbly share the challenges and thrills that come with a movement that now has 26 generations of churches in one stream, to the glory of God. Link to the interview with Steve or read the written interview with WCP now. 

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EMQ Features 3 WCP Book Reviews

By WCP Team
on July 18, 2019
EMQ (July-Sept. 2019, Vol. 55, Issue 3) features 3 book reviews of recent WCP books.

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Discipleship Discussed in Book Review of Walking Together on the Jesus Road

By WCP Team
on July 18, 2019
One of the challenges for the church and mission over the last decade or more has been the gap between evangelism and discipleship. A lot of work had been done in exploring evangelism in cross-cultural contexts, but its separation from discipleship had left a significant gap. While this speaks to a broader missiological issue, Evelyn and Richard Hibbert have given us a tool that helps fill this clearly identified gap. The book joins a growing body of material but is unique in that it does not focus on a methodology or programme or a set of studies. What the Hibberts offer is the exploration of important topics that call the reader to work to apply these in their particular context.

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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.

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Muslims Coming to Christ--Book Review of Margins of Islams

By WCP Team
on June 05, 2019
People are talking about Margins of Islam. Read what they have to say... 
"One of the editors of Margins of Islam, Warrick Farah, argues that, “Islam is perhaps the greatest challenge the church has ever faced. Yet it is not simply that we do not know the answers; we are also unsure of the nature of the problem” (205). As we have seen in politics, so also in making disciples. This slim volume, written by seventeen reflective practitioners with significant experience of a wide variety of Muslim contexts, is a major contribution to examining that problem…."

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