Entries tagged with: Perspective

World Mission

By: Jonathan Lewis, ed.

Back by popular demand, this work was originally three volumes in length but is now reprinted as a single volume. This manual integrates essential and relevant articles from Perspectives on the World Christian Movement Reader, and the Perspectives Study Guide, leading the student into deeper, broader mission understanding and vision by covering the Biblical/historical foundations, the strategic dimensions, and cross-cultural considerations.


Contextualization

By: David J. Hesselgrave & Edward Rommen

This classic textbook brings together the meanings, proposals, and tasks involved in contextualization. Hesselgrave and Rommen explore the history of contextualization in the Bible and the Church while examining the proposals of prominent thinkers on this subject. They conclude with their own definition and approach to contextualization.


Worth Keeping

By: Rob Hay, Valerie Lim, Detlef Bloecher, Jaap Ketelaar and Sarah Hay

"Worth Keeping is more than worth just reading. I urge church and missional leaders to reflect on the research and absorb the principles contained in this important volume. I am convinced if we put into practice its recommendations we will see more effective missionaries who feel valued as servants of the living God. Worth Keeping should be required reading for all mission leaders and local church mission teams." - Geoff Tunnicliffe, International Director, World Evangelical Alliance, Canada

 

This book was published in partnership with the World Evangelical Alliance.


Perspectives on the World Christian Movement - Reader, 4th Ed.

By: Ralph D. Winter and Steven C. Hawthorne, eds.

Perspectives on the World Christian Movement presents a multi-faceted collection of readings exploring the biblical, historical, cultural, and strategic dimensions of world evangelization.

Writings from more than 150 mission scholars and practitioners (over 60 of them new to this edition) portray the history and anticipate the potential of the global Christian movement. Every one of the 170 articles and side bars offers practical wisdom enabling Christians to labor together in bold, biblical hope to finish the task of seeing that Christ is named and followed among all the peoples of the earth.

The Fourth Edition contains over 60 articles and sidebars that are new to this edition. Many articles have been updated and revised.


Perspectives on the World Christian Movement - Study Guide, 4th Ed.

By: Steven C. Hawthorne

4th Edition Study Guide
Companion to the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement - Reader, 4th Ed.