Case Studies in Missions
The use of case studies in the classroom can be an excellent way to prepare missionaries for the difficult situations they are going to face. The case studies in this book deal with a wide range of problems: idols and ancestors, women and men, traditional customs, sickness and death, finances and bribery, conversion and theology, walls that divide people, church and mission structures, church/state relationships, and everyday problems of missionary life.
Specifications of Case Studies in Missions
|Author||Frances F. Hiebert, Paul G. Hiebert|
|Publisher||Baker Pub Group|
|Number Of Pages||264|
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