Archive Category: Mission research

Incarnational Ministry

OMF workers practise incarnational ministry in many ways, such as learning the languages of the people whom we are seeking to reach.   By Scott

Book review: Leadership or Servanthood? Walking in the Steps of Jesus

The contrast between many books on leadership and Hwa Yung’s Leadership or Servanthood? couldn’t be more obvious. From the start, he informs us that, despite the appearance of the word in the title, the book says little about leadership as such. Rather, “The central emphasis … is that the call to discipleship and ministry is first and foremost a call to be a servant of Christ and the church, and not to leadership.”

Book review: Take Care of Yourself: Survive and Thrive in Christian Ministry

Pablo Martinez states that “the problem is not working too hard, but resting (renewing) too little” (2). This book is a caution for those of us who often neglect our own care for the sake of the gospel work we are involved in. In only 100 pages drawn from drawn from his background in pastoral psychology, Martinez gives succinct pointers and practical advice on how to care for ourselves and avoid burnout in ministry.

Our Missionary Journey

Asholi Akamu tells how he and his wife Puii came to serve the Akha people in Thailand and outlines some issues they, as Asian members

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