The Gospel Unhindered: Modern Missions and the Book of Acts
William Carey Library, 1994 - 225 halaman
This book deals with issues such as current approaches to Bible translation, churches undergoing persecution, spiritual warfare and animists, and the possibility of a greater understanding between Muslims and Christians. All discussions use the book of Acts as their starting point. The various contributors explore these and other issues from their years of experience in over fifteen countries.
Apa yang dikatakan orang - Tulis resensi
Kami tak menemukan resensi di tempat biasanya.
Peace and Hope to All
In Their Own Language
Spiritual Formation as a Missionary Imperative
The Church Participating in Development
Persecution Then and Now
After They Had Fasted and Prayed
Open the Doors of Effective Service
No Distincition Between Us and Them
Allah Antioch apostles Areopagus Asia asked Barnabas become began believers bi-vocational missionaries Bible translation Biblical book of Acts called Christian church leaders church planting congregation context conversion culture disciples efforts Ephesus ethnic evangelism evangelistic faith fasting follow Fuller Theological Seminary Gentiles goals God's Gospel grace Greek heart Herod Holy Spirit Indonesia Jerusalem Jesus Christ Jewish Jews kingdom language leadership learned Lisu lives Lord Luke Luke's Lystra Maasai minister ministry missionary journey Muslims Naga participation participatory development Paul and Barnabas Paul's Pentecost persecution person Peter practice pray prayer preached prophets Qur'an Rawang Rawang church religious resurrection role salvation Satan scriptures sent short term missionary short term missions sorcerers spiritual formation strategy synagogue teaching tentmaking Thessalonica traditional missionaries unreached people groups urban village women word workers worship