* The church has reached out to the least, last, and lost for two millennia. How have missions shaped Christian history and church growth? Introducing prominent practices and historical figures, this important study examines missions proceeding from the margins; narrates the cross-cultural, confessional, and religious dynamics; and demonstrates that outreach is generated by national not international missionaries. 448 pages, softcover from Abingdon.
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