Item description for Go and Make Disciples!: An Introduction to Christian Missions by Roger S. Greenway...
Overview This book is especially helpful for adult study groups in the church, persons preparing for short term mission experiences, and college level introductory courses in missions. The excellant organization, well selected quotations for missions scholars, coupled with helpful review and discussion questions make this volume ideal for group learning.
Publishers Description This fresh introduction to Christian missions vividly sets forth the task and challenges facing the church throughout the world. A clear help to all concerned about obeying Jesus' Great Commission.
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Studio: P & R Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.53" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.56" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2000
Publisher P & R Publishing
ISBN 0875522181 ISBN13 9780875522180
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More About Roger S. Greenway
Roger S. Greenway, professor of world missiology at Calvin Theological Seminary, has authored or edited twelve books on missions. Timothy M. Monsma is director of Cities for Christ Worldwide.
Reviews - What do customers think about Go and Make Disciples!: An Introduction to Christian Missions?
Missionology 101 and then some May 14, 2002
GO and Make Disciples is a must read for any existing or potential missionary. The facts, figures and how-to sections were more than informative. This book provides not only the basics of missionology but leads you to the next steps for anyone feeling the call of God.
The Biblical basis of missions and why some people are called to be missionaries is at the very foundation of missionary service. This foundation shows what God has in store for the missionary as well as the people he will be serving. Throughout the pages, one will clearly see that foundation and why it is so important. The text also shows what to expect on the field by providing examples from such great missionaries as Jesus and the Apostle Paul. As the reader peruses the pages, not only does the Biblical basis for becoming a missionary become clear, but also the issues that one could possibly face on the mission field, including interaction with religions other than Christianity.
The Trinity of God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit echo in each part of a missionary's mind, body and spirit throughout the entire book. Whether the reader is a potential candidate for mission work or a veteran missionary, this book will provide insight and practicality. Because it was so full of useful information and was the first book of this type that I have read, I felt I needed to read it a second time to make sure I did not miss anything important. I highly recommend this book to anyone considering mission work.