Table of Contents:
A Second Look: Reflections on “Arab Spring” By Gary Corwin
In the 20/30 Gap: Master-less Plans of Global Evangelism By Cody C. Lorance
Voices in the Local Church: A House of Prayer for All People By Kelvin M. Smith
Excellence in Missions: Dreams and Visions: A Biblical Pattern of Divine Encounter for Muslims By Rick Kronk
Is It Time? How to Know When It’s Time to Leave the Field By Richard and Evelyn Hibbert
Conscientiousness and commitment are vital qualities of effective Christian workers, but over-conscientious workers do not listen to their limitations as humans.
The Monkey and the Fish By Song (Joseph) Cho
Through describing his own personal journey, the author shares how God’s people can do their best work, following the leading of the Holy Spirit.
Church-planting Metrics: Measure What’s Important By Kenn Oke
A method for developing a measurement instrument that can guide leaders to define the end goal and that provides church planters with a graphic picture of progress.
The Changing Environment of World Mission: Six Areas of Importance By Derek Seipp
Deculturation is speeding up. And it’s happening worldwide. We must, therefore, ask ourselves, Is the mission industry keeping up with these changes?
Role of Missionary Kids in the Local Emerging Church By David Hines
MKs’ personalities, values, and experiences reflect the values of the emerging Church. MKs, in fact, are in a unique position to contribute to the local church and shape its vision.
The Global Church: A Journey toward the Other By Doris Gomez
By entering into a kenotic relationship with the stranger, we extend a true welcome. A better model for doing mission.
An Urgent Plea for Disciplistic Baptism in the Buddhist Context By Daniel Daesoon Kim
The supreme task given to the Church is the disciplization of all nations. Each generation ought to discern its unique context and how to implement disciplistic baptism.
The Efficiency of Storying By Cameron D. Armstrong
A defense of how Chronological Bible Storying produces true and faithful disciples who may or may not hunger for literate depth.
Symposium: Who Really Is an Apostle? By Nathan Rasmussen, with responses from: Jude Hama, JR Woodward, Doug Beacham, and Jessica Fick
Perhaps it is time to reconsider what we are trying to read into the office of an apostle. Rasmussen proposes a new view of the term and four others respond.
Contextual Teaching: Changes in Content & Culture By Phil Thornton
Being effective in fulfilling the call to cross-cultural church leadership training will require that we package and deliver the message in what for us is the uncharted waters of oral learning.