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Dr Bruce Carlton

Professor of Cross-Cultural Ministry; Director of Avery T. Willis Center for Global Outreach; Oklahoma Baptist University; Shawnee, OK


Doctor of Theology (Missiology) Univ South Africa, Pretoria; Master of Arts (Social Science), Azusa Pacific Univ; Master of Divinity SBTS; Bachelor of Arts (Psychology, Sociology, Social Work) Georgetown Baptist College
Professor of Cross-Cultural Ministry; Director of Avery T. Willis Center for Global Outreach; Oklahoma Baptist University; Shawnee, OK
Formerly: 2007-2011 - Associate Professor of Missions; Director of World Impact Center; Department Coordinator; Boyce College (SBTS), Louisville, KY; 1996-2007 - Strategy Associate; Rapid Advance Coordinator, International Mission Board, South Asia Region; 1990-1996 - Strategy Coordinator for Khmer People; Team Leader, International Mission Board, Cambodia; 1986-1990 - Church Planter, International Mission Board, Hong Kong; 1983-1986 - Pastor, Northside Baptist Church,Laurens, SC
Regions: Southeast Asia
Publications: Strategy Coordinator: Changing the Course of Southern Baptist Missions (Regnum, 2010); Amazing Grace: Lessons on Church-Planting Movements from Cambodia (Singapore: Radical Obedience, 2004);Strategic Coordination in Mission: Training Manual for the Nehemiah Institute for Strategic Coordination (India: Mission Education Books, 2001, co-authored with S.D. Ponraj); Acts 29: Practical Training in Facilitating Church-Planting Movements Among the Neglected Harvest Fields, (Singapore: Radical Obedience, 2003, available in 16 different languages);Acts 29 Trainerís Manual, (Singapore: Radical Obedience,2003); Project Thessalonica: Acts 29 Training for Churches, (Singapore: Radical Obedience, 2004)

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Terry Garde - Kenya Fieldwork Diary
Matthew Reifsnider - Cleaning Day
Flora and the OCMS family
Usha Reifsnider
Interfaith and International Vigil for Peace
Worku Mohammed
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