God’s Mandate For Missions

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GOD’S MANDATE FOR MISSIONS

by Ken Fleming

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God’s Mandate For Missions

by Ken Fleming

116 Pages

When God created the world He placed Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden and told them to multiply and fill the earth with people. Adam and Eve enjoyed a wonderful relationship with God until sin broke that relationship. Ever since then God has been reaching out to man in His grace. The Bible is the story of how He has been doing that. At the present time God is using His people to “make disciples of all nations.” That’s missions! It is the most wonderful enterprise in the world. In this study you will discover many aspects of world missions, beginning with its biblical foundation. You will learn what kind of people God uses and how He calls them to become involved; the Biblical strategy of missions and the special role of the church in fulfilling His plan. Methods, logistics, and the challenge of reaching people who are living in different cultural settings will be discussed. Then there will be a survey of the broad sweep of history as to how the gospel has spread since the time of Jesus. This will lead to a review of the contemporary world and the work that God is doing today.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR THOSE IN CHURCH LEADERSHIP, THOSE COMMENDING PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATES TO MISSIONARY SERVICE, AND THOSE CONSIDERING MISSIONARY SERVICE.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1  The Global Perspective of Missions
Chapter 2  Biblical Motives for Missions
Chapter 3  The Individual Call to Missions
Chapter 4  Qualified and Ready
Chapter 5  God’s Purpose and Strategy for Missions
Chapter 6  Using Methods in Missions
Chapter 7  The Role of the Local Church in Missions
Chapter 8  Missionary Lifestyle, Discipline, and Stewardship
Chapter 9  Relating to Other Cultures
Chapter 10  Missions in History
Chapter 11  Missions Today
Chapter 12  Missions in the Battle of the Ages

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