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A Journey Through Leadership Paradim Shift in the Mission of God
Kirk J Franklin with Dave and Deborah Crough
The depth and complexity of interconnected global issues facing church and mission leadership today cannot be ignored. Leaders within global church and mission movements are challenged to respond to effects of globalization and other factors upon the mission of God. Rather than modifying existing...
Kenya Assemblies of God Denomination Nairobi County
Duke Fitz-Theodore Randolph
How do lay people in Kenyan Assemblies of God serve each other? What environments help them do this well? Such are some of this book’s key questions. And the key answer? An identity in Christ, rather than ethnicity or culture, is vital. In reaching this and other conclusions, Duke Fitz-Theodore ...
Applied to English-Speaking Methodist Churches in Peninsular Malaysia
Leadership, especially Christian leadership, is a subject that needs clear, biblical, theological and contextual thinking. There is no ‘one size fits all’ model of leadership that will work in every context. Roger’s effort in working out the Apostle Paul’s leadership principles in Malaysia with it...
This book succinctly explains the evolving African Christian moral identity, forged between the anvil of African traditional religions and the hammer of Pentecostalism. While at it, Lord Elorm Donkor brilliantly combines Wesleyan moral theology, MacInyrean virtue ethi...
Ole Kirchheiner has made a very important contribution to the limited body of research available about the Nepal church. Yet it is one of the most fascinating stories of modern mission history! Working from the case study of Asha Church in a typically rural area in the centre of the country, but w...
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