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According to the diverse group of contributors in this book, you can choose to get involved, sharing not only the kingdom burdens but the kingdom opportunities with other brothers and sisters in Christ so that no Christian, no church, no ministry, no nation has to confront these challenges alone. But how can you join in doing the work you are called to do? The superb analysis, biblical solutions, and reality-tested ideas put forth in this book by some of the leaders of the global Reformed and evangelical church will show you.
Coming from the fields of religion, education, medicine, broadcasting, psychology, urban ministry, and missions, these fellow Christians are encountering the challenges daily. Their suggestions will give you a grasp of not only what is necessary to be a global evangelical Christian today but how to respond to the physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs of others around the world - and perhaps in your own backyard.
Number of Pages: 192
Publication Date: 2007
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A denominationally and ethnically diverse group of contributors addresses a wide range of critical issues facing the church today.
Samuel T. Logan Jr. is president and professor of church history emeritus at Westminster Theological Seminary, where he joined the faculty in 1979 and served as president from 1991 to 2005. He is the executive secretary of the World Reformed Fellowship. He earned a PhD in theology and literature from Emory University and is an ordained minister of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.
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