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A Vision for Missions
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A Vision for Missions

By Wells, Tom

Carlisle, PA, U.S.A.: Banner of Truth, 1985. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 4-3/4" X 7". PB, 157 pp., Near Fine. A bright, tight copy. No marks. Slight wear. Author is a preacher & writer in Cincinnati, Ohio, who compellingly portrays the challenge of missions, in the perspective of what the Bible teaches about the God's sovereignty & glory. "The missionary vision must begin with the vision of God. Only then can the Church truly respond to the command to 'declare his glory among the nations.'" One of the best & soundest books on the theology & heart of the missiionary enterprise that we have ever seen. Highly recommended..

$4.00

Funding Your Ministry: Whether You're Gifted or Not
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Funding Your Ministry: Whether You're Gifted or Not

By Morton, Scott

Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S.A.: Dawson Media, 2001. Book. As New. Soft cover. 7" x 10". PB, 219 pp., As New. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Binding tight. Slight shelf wear. Appears unused. Written from the author's own struggles, failures, & victories. Addresses the obstacles for those who raise personal support & those who send them, missionaries & ministry leaders alike. Morton has been on staff with The Navigators since 1970..

$5.00

Go and Make Disciples!: An Introduction to Christian Missions
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Go and Make Disciples!: An Introduction to Christian Missions

By Greenway, Roger S.

Phillipsburg, NJ, U.S.A.: P & R Publishing, 1999. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 5-3/8" x 8-1/2". PB, 190 pp., Near Fine. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Binding tight. Helps readers understand missions; challenges them to apply Christ's missionary command to themselves & their churches. Easy to read & translate into other languages. The author is Professor of World Missiology at Calvin Theological Seminary & the author of numerous books on world missions..

$5.00

A Vision for Missions
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A Vision for Missions

By Wells, Tom

Carlisle, PA, U.S.A.: Banner of Truth, 1985. Book. As New. Soft cover. 4-3/4" X 7". PB, 157 pp., As New. A clean, bright, tight, unmarked copy. Appears unread. Reprinted 2003. The author is a preacher & writer in Cincinnati, Ohio, who compellingly portrays the challenge of missions, in the perspective of what the Bible teaches about the God's sovereignty & glory. "The missionary vision must begin with the vision of God. Only then can the Church truly respond to the command to 'declare his glory among the nations.'" One of the best & soundest books on the theology & heart of the missiionary enterprise that we have ever seen. Highly recommended!.

$4.00

A Survey of World Missions (Revised Edition 1961)

By Thiessen, John C. (Caldwell)

Chicago, IL, U.S.A.: Moody Press, 1961. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 6-1/8" x 9-3/8". HB, 544 pp., Very Good/No Dustjacket. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Binding tight. Prev. owner's name on f.f.e.p. Burgundy cloth boards, lightly soiled, with wear to spine ends & corners; spine is lightly rubbed. Lower corner of 1 page was bent & has been straightened. 8th printing (1970). Originally published in 1955 by Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. A carefully researched chronicle of all mission efforts from the Great Commission on..

$6.00

Missions in the Mosaic

By Belew, M. Wendell (editor)

Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.: Home Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, 1974. Ex-Library. Very Good. Soft cover. 5-1/2" x 8-1/2". PB, 93 pp., Very Good. Binding tight, pages clean & unmarked. Ex-church library (usual markings, spine label). Light edgewear to cover & spine; back upper corner is a bit bent. "Tells what Southern Baptists are doing thru the Home Mission Board to cross barriers of race, color & culture to take the good news to all people in our nation." Editor is director of Home Mission Board's Division of Missions (Southern Baptist)..

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Lords of the Earth
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Lords of the Earth

By Richardson, Don

Ventura, California, U.S.A.: Regal Books, 1977. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 5" x 8". PB, 368 pp., Near Fine. A clean, bright, tight, unmarked copy. Covers have slight wear. 28th printing (2002). Tells the unforgettable true story of missionary Stan Dale, his wife, & companions, who went to the Snow Mountains of Irian Jaya to share the gospel with the Yali people--cannibals who call themselves "lords of the earth" while living in terror & bondage to women-hating, child-despising "gods.".

$5.00

Martyr's Child

By Burton, Wilma; Shammas, Lebibi (a.k.a. Lebibi of Lebanon)

Muskogee, OK, U.S.A.: Privately Published (distributed by Leatha Roark) Ex-Library. Very Good+. Soft cover. 5-1/4" x 8". PB, Very Good +, 128 pp. Ex-church library; church stamp on title page & small label on spine are the only signs. Binding tight. Pages clean & unmarked. Slight edgewear. Self-published. No date of publication (probably 1982). The author is the daughter of George Shammas, one of 36 pastors who were locked in a church & burned to death in Turkey in 1908; Lebibi was left half-orphaned at the age of 6, a witness to the massacre. This is the story of her own life & faithful Christian witness, in the face of great persecution, in Turkey, Syria, & Lebanon, through Child Evangelism Fellowship's Good News Clubs..

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A Vision for Missions
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A Vision for Missions

By Wells, Tom

Carlisle, PA, U.S.A.: Banner of Truth Trust, 1985. Book. Very Good. Soft cover. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. PB, Very Good, 157 pp. Binding tight. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Edgewear esp. to cover corners & spine. Front cover has traces where label was removed. Author is a preacher & writer in Cincinnati, Ohio, who compellingly portrays the challenge of missions. "The missionary vision must begin with the vision of God. Only then can the Church truly respond to the command to 'declare his glory among the nations.'" Highly recommended..

$4.00

Hurry Before Sundown: The Urgency of Evangelizing Our Nation

By Tanner, William G.

Nashville, TN, U.S.A.: Broadman & Holman Publishers, 1981. Ex-Library. Very Good. Soft cover. 5-1/2" x 8". PB, 144 pp, Very Good. Binding tight. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Ex-church library (usual markings). Slight edgewear, a little creasing to cover. Label on spine. Author was president of Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. A challenge for commitment & practical involvement in missions, identifies crises & opportunities facing the church concerning missions..

$3.00

Martyr's Child

By Burton, Wilma; Shammas, Lebibi (a.k.a. Lebibi of Lebanon)

Muskogee, OK, U.S.A.: Privately Published (distributed by Leatha Roark) Ex-Library. Very Good+. Soft cover. 5-1/4" x 8". PB, Very Good +, 128 pp. Ex-church library; church stamp on title page & small label on spine are the only signs. Binding tight. Pages clean & unmarked. Slight edgewear. Self-published. No date of publication (probably 1982). The author is the daughter of George Shammas, one of 36 pastors who were locked in a church & burned to death in Turkey in 1908; Lebibi was left half-orphaned at the age of 6, a witness to the massacre. This is the story of her own life & faithful Christian witness, in the face of great persecution, in Turkey, Syria, & Lebanon, through Child Evangelism Fellowship's Good News Clubs..

$5.00

Missionary Stories and Comments

By McKinley, Jim

Louisville, KY, U.S.A.: Highview Baptist Church, 1993. Book. Very Good+. Soft cover. Signed by Author(s). 5-3/8" x 8-3/8". PB, 149 pp., Very Good +. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Binding tight. SIGNED by author on title page. Foreword by Bobbye Rankin. The author, a veteran Southern Baptist Convention missionary-evangelist, tells tales of life on the mission field & of amazing God's provision there. As you read these pages, "you may feel that you are seeing the obscured beauty of Bangladesh through the eyes of Jesus.".

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The Progress of World-Wide Missions (Revised & Enlarged)

By Glover, Robert Hall; Kane, J. Herbert (editor)

New York, NY, U.S.A.: Harper & Row, 1960. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 6" x 8-1/2". HB, 502 pp., Very Good /Good. A few pages have neat marginalia in red ink; most are clean & unmarked. A few pages had corners folded over; now straightened. Binding tight. Dustjacket worn & torn; now stabilized in mylar protective cover. Light brown cloth boards with silver lettering have minor edgewear. Some stains on page edges. "Revised and Enlarged by J. Herbert Kane." A classic text on Christian missions, here brought up to date & geatly expanded. This book originated in a series of lectures delivered by the author at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago in the 1920s..

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A Mind for Missions: 10 Ways to Build Your World Vision
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A Mind for Missions: 10 Ways to Build Your World Vision

By Borthwick, Paul

Colorado Springs, CO, U.S.A.: NavPress, 1987. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 5-1/4" x 8". PB, 167 pp., Near Fine. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Binding tight. Slight shelf wear. 16th printing (2004). This book presents 10 building blocks for sensitizing believers to the needs beyond our borders. Practical ways of sharpening your world vision right where you live, for making missions a priority in the local church. The author is Missions Director at Grace Chapel, Lexington, MA, with a ministry involving people on short-terms missions overseas..

$4.00

Hearth and Home in Ethiopia

By Horn, Lucy Winifred

London, England (UK): Sudan Interior Mission Ex-Library. Very Good+. Soft cover. 5" x 7-1/4". PB, 92 pp., Very Good +. A bright, tight copy. Pages clean & unmarked. Ex-library, with usual markings. Some b&w photos. No copyright date. "This little book...is sent out, firstly, to give glory to God...and secondly, to arouse in the hearts of women at home a loving & understanding fellowship of prayer for their Ethiopian sisters.".

$5.00

Help! Helpers and Hope

By McKinley, Jim

Louisville, KY, U.S.A.: Highview Baptist Church Book. Very Good+. Soft cover. Signed by Author(s). 5-3/8" x 8-3/8". PB, 173 pp., Very Good +. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Binding tight. SIGNED by author on title page. Slight wear to cover surface & edges. Date of publication not indicated, probably around 1988. Apparent sequel to Death to Life: Bangladesh. Foreword by Carolyn Weatherford. "Jim opens the shutters into the private lives of missionary familes; & we gain intimate plimpses of their struggles, fear, dedication & work. With a deep compassion, he writes of the people of Bangladesh & our eyes are opened to understand, appreciate & love these sensitive people. Thru his eyes we see a vision of what God wants to do in Bangladesh. And we learn how God is working out his purpose thru his chosen servants. Jim has given us a precious gift in these pages.".

$4.00

Wansui: Insights on China Today

By Larson, Robert C.

Waco, TX, U.S.A.: Word Books, 1974. Ex-Library. Very Good. Hardcover. 5-3/4" x 8-3/4". HB, Very Good/Very Good, 150 pp. Binding tight. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Ex-church library, stamps & markings. Name of donor written on f.f.e.p. Jacket has slight wear, no chips or tiny tears; 1 small closed tear is repaired. A comprehensive book on understanding China--history, culture, customs; impact of Christian missions, Communism, & Christian persecution from a life-long "China-watcher" living in Hong Kong. Wansui (pronounced wan-sway) means "10,000 years," "long live--," or "long life.".

$5.00

Martyr's Child

By Burton, Wilma; Shammas, Lebibi (a.k.a. Lebibi of Lebanon)

Muskogee, OK, U.S.A.: Privately Published (distributed by Leatha Roark) Ex-Library. Very Good+. Soft cover. 5-1/4" x 8". PB, Very Good +, 128 pp. Ex-church library; church stamp on title page & small label on spine are the only signs. Binding tight. Pages clean & unmarked. Slight edgewear. Self-published. No date of publication (probably 1982). The author is the daughter of George Shammas, one of 36 pastors who were locked in a church & burned to death in Turkey in 1908; Lebibi was left half-orphaned at the age of 6, a witness to the massacre. This is the story of her own life & faithful Christian witness, in the face of great persecution, in Turkey, Syria, & Lebanon, through Child Evangelism Fellowship's Good News Clubs..

$5.00

A Vision for Missions
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A Vision for Missions

By Wells, Tom

Carlisle, PA, U.S.A.: Banner of Truth, 1985. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 4-3/4" X 7". PB, 157 pp., Near Fine. A bright, tight copy. No marks. Slight shelfwear. Trace on back cover where price sticker was removed. Author is a preacher & writer in Cincinnati, Ohio, who compellingly portrays the challenge of missions, in the perspective of what the Bible teaches about the God's sovereignty & glory. "The missionary vision must begin with the vision of God. Only then can the Church truly respond to the command to 'declare his glory among the nations.'" One of the best & soundest books on the theology & heart of the missiionary enterprise that we have ever seen. Highly recommended..

$4.00