Recent Books by the Mission Commission

Global Mission: Reflections and Case Studies in Local Theology for the Whole Church

Global Mission is divided into two sections: the first, Reflections and Foundations, comprises nine essays of a more general nature; the second, Contextualization at Work, contains twenty one essays of a more specific nature, most of them case studies from a particular location and people group. The thirty-three contributors come from five continents, and a host of contexts. Some are veterans, some quite young, but every one of them is passionate about God's mission, and about building bridges for the gospel in a way that is absolutely faithful to Scripture but also sensitive to specific contexts. North and South, East and West, demonstrate precious unity in Christ in our common calling.
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Sorrow & Blood: Christian Mission in Contexts of Suffering, Persecution, and Martyrdom.

This is a new publication in the Globalization of Mission series. The editorial team of William Taylor (USA), Tonica van der Meer (Brazil), and Reg Reimer (Canada) worked over four years to compile this unique resource anthology.

This book is the product of the Mission Commission's global missiology task force and a worldwide team of committed colleagues and writers. Some 62 writers from 23 nations have collaborated to generate this unique global resource and anthology. Ajith Fernando of Sri Lanka and Christopher Wright of the UK each wrote prefaces to the book.

This latest WEA volume has the potential of profoundly shaping our approach to mission in today's challenging and increasingly dangerous world. (http://www.sorrowandblood.com)

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