Toward the 21st Century in Christian Mission offers a comprehensive guide to the prospects and critical issues facing missions work in the upcoming century. Some of the most pressing issues identified and discussed include families on the mission field, comprehensive strategies and challenges (identified by region), personal discipline, and theological, social, and practical considerations for the 21st Century missionary are all discussed. This book is a necessary tool for anyone in missions currently, preparing to go into missions, or for those who support missionaries. It will illuminate the challenges missionaries face, the potential risks, and wise strategies for effective evangelization of some of the world's most hostile locations.
This unique volume offers a comprehensive survey of the prospects and critical isssues for the Christian world mission. The essays--written by various mission experts--cover such topics as the biblical and theological basis of the mission, women in mission, urban mission, dialogues with other faiths, the anthropology of "popular" religions, and more.
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