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Overview Richard Showalter's lifetime passion has been the church's local and international mission to enlarge the body of Christ through the transformation of individual souls. In On the Way with Jesus, Showalter puts his passion into words as he explores the multiple dimensions of Christian mission. While offering pointed challenges to mission engagement, Showalter encourages the church to enter more fully into its mission both locally and globally.
Publishers Description Richard Showalter puts his passion into words as he explores the multiple dimensions of Christian mission. While offering pointed challenges to mission engagement, Showalter encourages the church to enter more fully into its mission both locally and globally. 152 pages,
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Studio: Herald Pr
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.24" Width: 5.48" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2008
Publisher Herald Press
ISBN 0836194152 ISBN13 9780836194159
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More About Richard Showalter & Ralph D. Winter
Richard Showalter serves as chair of the Mission Commission of the Mennonite World Conference since 2009. He served as president of Eastern Mennonite Missions from 1994 to 2011. He has served as a missionary in the Middle East and Kenya, and as a church planter in Ohio. Showalter was president of Rosedale Bible College from 1989 to 1994. He holds graduate degrees from University of Chicago Divinity School, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Showalter lives in Landisville, Pennsylvania, and is a member of West End Mennonite Fellowship where he serves on the leadership team.
Additional information: Richard Showalter was born in Monticello, Wisconsin, where his father was serving in Civilian Public Service at the end of World War II. He is married to Jewel (Wenger), writer and companion in mission, and they have three married children and ten grandchildren.
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Profoundly interesting and thought provoking Mar 22, 2010
Richard Showalter's book is a great read for those seeking to understand the role of missions in today's context. He has both long experience and a deep understanding of the contemporary challenges of the mission field. He also has particularly interesting perspectives on missions and engagement in Muslim lands. These sections are particularly relevant today, whether you live in America or Afghanistan.
An excellent companion to Showalter's book is Pilgrims on the Silk Road: A Muslim-Christian Encounter in Khiva. This book delves into the story of Mennonite-Muslim engagement. In the 1880's, End Times beliefs prompted hundreds of Mennonites to migrate to Central Asia as they searched for a refuge from the Tribulation. However, their return to core Anabaptist beliefs helped them make a profound impact on their Muslim neighbors. Pilgrims on the Silk Road offers a great example of how lasting Mennonite values lend toward positive Muslim-Christian relationships.
A deftly compiled body of writing Sep 4, 2008
What drives people to spread the word of Christ? "On the Way with Jesus: A Passion for Mission" is Richard Showalter's push to spread the word of God throughout the world. He reflects on his time traveling the world and preaching Christianity from Africa to Asia. Also discussing missionary work as a whole with the moral and political implications that come with it, "On the Way with Jesus" is a deftly compiled body of writing, certain to inform and inspire anyone interested in the work of Christian missionaries here at home or abroad in the world.