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May 28 / Bill

Global Mission Handbook: A Guide for Crosscultural Service

Global Mission Handbook: A Guide for Crosscultural Service

Steve Hoke and I have created a unique practical guide to prepare our longer-term crosscultural servants. This one-of-a-kind handbook orients these prospective partners to the journey ahead, with a strong, initial focus on spiritual formation. Each chapter provides mental road maps and tools for preparation, taking the first steps, arriving and thriving in another culture. Biblical and experiential insights from over fifty other intercultural resource people highlight the heart issues as well as hands-on ministry topics.

We trace the process to find actual placement with a sending church or mission agency, asking the key questions that one should be raising along the way. Previously published as Send Me! Your Journey to the Nations, this handbook has been completely revised and significantly expanded to be even more comprehensive and useful.

Steve and I are convinced that Global Mission Handbook is an indispensable guide for following God’s call into global, cross-cultural service. It’s the only handbook on the Christian market to help prospective workers navigate the topography between their “now” and future long-term crosscultural servanthood.


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  1. David Frank / Jul 28 2010

    I read the following stats:
    • In 1910 there were 100,000 believers in Latin America; now there are more than 150 million.
    • In 1910 there were 4,000,000 believers in Africa; now there are upwards of 180 million.
    • In 1910 there were 6,000,000 believers in Asia; in 2010 there are more than 200 million.
    * stats from Tokyo 2010 Global Mission Consultation Handbook

    I work in Europe. Can you give me some comparitive stats for Europe?

    All for Jesus,
    David Frank, Spain,.

  2. Bill / Sep 29 2010

    Hey friend, sorry I can’t but the latest issue of Operation World comes out this October and will have all of the information you need. Bless. Bill T

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