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  1. A Case Study in Contextualization

    / JAN 2014

    The content of the gospel never changes; however, communicating it constantly fluctuates. Conveying the gospel to a homeless, hungry woman may include providing a hot bowl of chili, while an... read more »
  2. A Christian in the Land of the Gods

    / JAN 2016

    In November 1877, three months after Emperor Meiji's conscript army of commoners defeated forces led by Japan's famous "last samurai," the Reverend Tom Alexander and his new wife, Emma, arrived in... read more »
  3. A Common Mission

    / AUG 2014

    The term Ubuntu articulates an African understanding of our need to connect to one another in order to be complete. Likewise, A Common Mission offers a description of churches that connect... read more »
  4. A Convergent Model of Renewal

    / FEB 2015

    A Convergent Model of Renewal addresses a perceived crisis for faith traditions. How do we continue to value tradition while allowing for innovative and contextual expressions of faith to... read more »
  5. A Flower with Roots

    / FEB 2018

    You are about to read a book with a double storyline with many intertwining segments. Mary D. Jesse, a woman from a family of means, abandons everything to follow her vision to help lift the burden... read more »
  6. A Future and a Hope

    / DEC 2014

    After more than twenty years since the fall of the USSR, the evangelical movement in post-Soviet society has entered a crucial phase in its historical development. Setting out a transformative... read more »
  7. A Light to the Nations

    / MAR 2017

    The essays in this volume, which are written by friends, colleagues, and former students, are dedicated to Gary B. McGee as a memorial to his life, work, and service. As a professor with a clear... read more »
  8. A Passion for China

    / AUG 2015

    Protestant Western mission to China since Robert Morrison arrived in Macao in 1807 until Mao Zedong's Communist revolution 1949 has been controversial, not least in China. When the missionaries... read more »
  9. A Pilgrim with a Poet's Soul: George A. Simons (1874-1952)

    / MAY 2019

    George Albert Simons (1874–1952) of New York State was the first and only American missionary of the Methodist Episcopal Church appointed as superintendent of the Russia Mission. He arrived... read more »
  10. A Supreme Desire to Please Him

    / DEC 2016

    Adoniram Judson was not only a historic figurehead in the first wave of foreign missionaries from the United States and a hero in his own day, but his story still wins the admiration of Christians... read more »

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