Christian missions seem to present a multi-sided face to the world; many see exactly what the Bible intended as Christians minister to pagan cultures while others see a non-military invasion destined to eradicate the existing culture, and still others see it as a fruitless effort. In a world where it is seen as improper to engage another person in an attempt to change them or influence them in any real way, it can be difficult to attempt missions or evangelism. James Krabill writes concerning his thoughts on this subject, and addresses many elements of the modern-day missions dilemma. Ultimately, by advising a mixture that is equal parts evangelism, service, making peace and building justice, he finds a comfortable place where missions and the mission field can come together to allow the matter to find resolution.
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