Serving as Senders Today: How to Care for Your Missionaries as They Prepare to Go, are On the Field, and Return Home will help you understand how you can get involved in the Great Commission of world evangelization, particularly if you don’t yet sense the call to “go to the ends of the earth.” You can partner with missionaries and serve as senders. The church is to send believers out as gospel witnesses. This book will help you better understand how to serve as a sender before missionaries go the mission field, while they are there, and after they return home. Please care for missionaries and truly partner with them in ministry before, during, and after. The transition home can be very difficult.
Meet the Author, Neal Pirolo
Neal Pirolo is the founder and director of Emmaus Road International. His background is in education. With a B.A. in Bible and Education, and an M.A. in Educational Administration, he has his California Teaching and Administration Credentials. He has taught and/or administered students from preschool through postgraduates in public and/or private schools in the US, Peru, and Brazil. Neal founded Maranatha Christian Academy in Costa Mesa, California. Neal also directed a one-year ministry school in San Diego, California for five years. He is an ordained minister.
Missions was a topic of discussion with his wife even before they were married fifty-plus years ago. For the past 38 years, Neal has either ministered cross-culturally or has been involved in training others for cross-cultural ministry. He has been privileged to visit or minister in over 60 countries as well as throughout the United States. A pre-field training course that he developed has been modeled in several countries.
Neal has authored four books. The first, Serving As Senders, is available in twenty languages, with just under 400,000 copies in print. He has published four series of essays and numerous articles. Many of his teachings have been recorded. His teachings are always Biblically based and focus on solutions to the issues of missions.
Neal was raised in a Christian home; his father was an evangelist. He has experienced the “ups and downs” of life but his eyes are fixed on Jesus, the Source and Goal of our faith. Neal continually acknowledges “what a privilege it is to be about our Father’s business.”