Missionary Methods (EMS 21)
Always Evaluating, Always Adjusting
One hundred years ago, Roland Allen wrote his influential book, Missionary Methods: St. Paul's or Ours? A century later, the Evangelical Missiological Society commemorated this landmark study with its 2012 annual conference, exploring the ongoing relevance of this important topic.
This new volume collects the insights of that conference, examining the theological foundations, historical precedence, and practical challenges of missionary methods. With contributions from leading missiologists, missionary practitioners, and strategic leaders, these essays offer fresh perspectives on methods for fulfilling the Great Commission in our day.
Throughout the book, contributors address key questions about the nature of missionary work, exploring both the enduring principles and the changing realities of this critical field. They explore the ways in which historical precedent can inform current practice, while also reflecting on the unique challenges of contemporary mission work.
Whether you are a seasoned missionary practitioner or a strategic leader seeking to better support those in the field, this volume provides valuable insights into effective missionary methods. By engaging with the theological and practical dimensions of this crucial topic, it offers a compelling vision for fulfilling Christ's call to go and make disciples of all nations.
- Pages: 252
- Publisher: William Carey Publishing
- Binding: Paperback
- Publish Year: 2013
- ISBN: 9780878080434
- Vendor: William Carey Publishing