How is the Great Commission essential for making sense of our world? Are ministries of mercy part of the church's global mission?
These are just two of many questions born out of authentic and passionate conversations between church planter, Jake Taube and American students serving on short-term mission trips in underground Chinese churches.
In Send Me, I'll Go, Jake Taube analyzes current mission trends and challenges potential disciple-makers to personalize the decision to spread the message of salvation. With boldness and without apology, this book examines the call of the Great Commission and offers a vision for western Christians to live, uncompromisingly and sacrificially, the responsibility of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with the world's unreached people groups.