Spiritual Survival Handbook for Cross-Cultural Workers, by Dr. Robert S. Miller was published in 2011 by the BottomLine Media. This book is a concise guide to the essentials of spiritual survival for those working in cross-cultural situations.
an appetizer review of the book by John Coblentz used in Team Launch
A review of the book by Gene Daniels; by Leonard H.
While researching materials for a church planting course we are working on, I recently had the privilege of reading Val Yoder’s book, I Will Build My Church. All seventeen chapters of this short read have something worth chewing on.
"Those who like to feel they are always right and who attach a high importance to their own opinions should stay at home." –Aldous Huxley
Wilbert R. Shenk spends the first 20 pages of this 130-page book (By Faith They Went Out) unpacking the power of the original Anabaptist mission movement. He summarizes the key themes of the original Anabaptism theology of missions as follows:
by Aaron Crider, with a response by Steve Sanford
The story of William Tyndale and the English Bible, by Brian H. Edwards
"God’s Outlaw has every ingredient of a thrilling story—a king, a cardinal, secret agents, a betrayer, and a fugitive.
Extreme Prayer tells Greg Pruett’s story, from a failing missionary with a failing marriage, to leadership in a ministry that regularly exceeds its ambitious goals in Kingdom advancement. All because of prayer.
Several ABT members recently read this book and responded to three questions:
Question #1: Why did Garrison write the book Church Planting Movements?