Necessitated by the September 11th terrorist attacks , this newly revised and expanded edition of Stan Guthrie's missions analysis blazes the trail for the missions field in the 21st century. His keen insight supplies help to students, churches, missionaries, agencies, and Christians from outside the West in grasping the big picture and taking practical steps for more effective involvement. Notes, suggestions for further reading and discussion questions are included.
This book charts 21 trends - both positive and negative - with continuing significance for the Great Commission community in the 21st century. Revised and updated with two new chapters on urban missions and Islam, this volume will help students, churches, missionaries, agencies, and Christians from outside the West grasp the big picture and take practical steps for effective involvement. This edition contains extensive notes, expanded suggestions for further reading, and discussion questions.
Stan Guthrie is an editor at large for Christianity Today. An award-winning veteran journalist, author, and commentator on the evangelical scene, he has edited or cowritten a dozen books including All That Jesus Asks: How His Questions Can Teach and Transform Us. Guthrie lives in Illinois.