Mission Matters

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    Kieran Beville analyses the various trends of culture world-wide and how this impacts mission are extremely helpful, as are his reports from the field that reveal a man who is not simply content to think about mission from the cosy warmth of his southern Irish home. And what gives this book added value is knowing the author to be a genuine man of God, passionate for the glory of God in the salvation of those lost in the dark maze of this world. Kieren Beville offers a well-informed and up to the minute reflection on some of the major challenges that face contemporary Christians who are serious about their mission. His own position is well rooted in conservative evangelical theology and will be of particular interest to those who share the same roots . This book is broad in the span of topics it tackles, clear in expression and designed to enable an effective articulation of the Christian message. It is a valuable book arguing well thought out responses to contemporary needs.

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    Number of Pages: 310
    Format(s): Ebook - ISBN: 9781783970544
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    Publisher: EP Books

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