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Searching for the Indigenous Church

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Table of Contents

  • Forward
  • Preface
  • Prologue: A Heart Set on Pilgrimage
  1. Land of the Steppe
  2. Point of Entry
  3. Shrines
  4. Caravansary
  5. On Being Lost
  6. Signs in the Sky
  7. A Late Night Challenge
  8. Labin’s Long Shadow
  9. Funerals
  10. Hassan's Advice
  11. Tea Party Terrorists
  12. Wind, Sand and Time
  13. Poplar Tees
  14. A Time for Everything
  • Epilogue: The Treasures in My Bag
  • Scripture Cited

Format: Paperback
Searching for the Indigenous Church
A Missionary Pilgrimage
Gene Daniels

“This book bubbles up out of the heart of a man who has been on pilgrimage in Central Asia’s heartland. He has walked the dusty caravan trails he writes about in this perceptive and challenging book . . . . I’ve walked beside him as together we’ve sought to see Christ plant His church among an unreached Central Asian people group . . . . Gene will challenge you to radically rethink what we mean . . . when we speak of indigenous churches.” –John Lee (pseudonym), Missionary, Central Asia

Additional Details

  • Pages: 234
  • Publisher: William Carey Publishing
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publish Year: 2005
  • ISBN: 9780878083435
  • Vendor: William Carey Library