A Narrative Approach to Introducing World Missions
Imprint: Resource Publications
"Stories and relationship--what a marvelous way to learn! As you enjoy the Moon family stories, not only will they become dear friends, but you will also gain insight into vital lessons in practical missiology. This is a captivating introduction to missions, built on the stories of an ordinary family on mission with God. It will open the eyes of the missionary novice and warm the heart of the cross-cultural veteran."
--Steve Strauss, Department Chair and Professor of World Missions and Intercultural Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary
"Ordinary Missionary is an inspiring account full of wisdom and practical insights from a family living and ministering in a different culture . . . Each chapter gives the reader insight into the experiences of the Moon family living in Ghana. Drawn out of these experiences are principles for living and working in a different culture. I would highly recommend it to anyone going into a cross-cultural situation."
--Ruby Mikulencak, Former Director, SIM Ghana
"Ordinary Missionary has completely changed the way I think about missions. I'm so thankful to the Moons for their vulnerability and transparency in sharing how God used them in the midst of their uncertainties. They use stories as a way to share biblical truth, which makes it not only easy to read, but easy to see God at work in their circumstances. As an 'ordinary' guy myself, I appreciate their relational approach to mission work, and recommend this book to any who want to learn how to better serve in a mission context."
--Benjamin Lee, Executive Director, Sioux Falls Seminary Foundation