Business as Mission (EMS 14)
In this volume of the EMS annual series, contributors address several critical questions. For example, what are the marks of integrity in business conducted with mission objectives in a cross-cultural context? Which business models make the greatest impact on the communities they serve? Do we need to change how we train business personnel? How will missionary training need to be adjusted?
While this book does not provide an exhaustive list of answers, it does seek to provide much-needed definition, theological clarity, and missiological focus. The contributors disagree with each other at times. This is a welcome feature of Business as Mission, because it enables people to understand a variety of concerns and approaches related to the topic. Readers will also benefit from actual case studies from different parts of the world. Accordingly, this volume demonstrates how holistic ministry can move people from poverty to empowerment.
- Pages: 290
- Publisher: William Carey Publishing
- Binding: Paperback
- Publish Year: 2006
- ISBN: 9781645084921
- Vendor: William Carey Library