On Being a Missionary

On Being a Missionary Written for everyone with an interest in mission this book will lead you to reconsider your role in the missionary enterprise On Being a Missionary is not designed to be a theoretical textbook It doe

  • Title: On Being a Missionary
  • Author: Thomas Hale
  • ISBN: 9780878082551
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Paperback
  • On Being a Missionary

    Written for everyone with an interest in mission, this book will lead you to reconsider your role in the missionary enterprise On Being a Missionary is not designed to be a theoretical textbook It does not put forward new theses, new approaches to mission, nor does it attempt to break new ground In a very readable way the author presents the ideas, experiences, and insiWritten for everyone with an interest in mission, this book will lead you to reconsider your role in the missionary enterprise On Being a Missionary is not designed to be a theoretical textbook It does not put forward new theses, new approaches to mission, nor does it attempt to break new ground In a very readable way the author presents the ideas, experiences, and insights of over one hundred missionary writers.

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    1. Adam

      This book had some interesting parts and some not-so-interesting parts. We read it together with a team of 8 new missionaries and they all seemed to get a lot more out of it than I (as a more experienced missionary) did. All agreed there were times where he rambled too much, and other times where he seemed to take both sides of a matter, and then times where he just seemed to have a really old-school view of things. Nonetheless, he also had some really helpful things to say about different aspec [...]

    2. Eric

      This book was the last of my books which were assigned reading in college. I finish it now, fifteen months after graduation. I guess it was more duty than interest. Hale writes about various issues in missionary life, but he writes about them for too long. Also, my views are a little more to the left than when I started reading the book, so I found myself more annoyed in some parts.

    3. Sarah

      This was a terrific book about cross-culture missions, but I'd also recommend it to all Christians. We are all called to missions/evangelism. This book includes biblical and wise advice applicable not only to cross-cultural missionaries, but to all Christians. Yes, it's a little bit "textbook-ish" at times, but it's very readable and includes plenty of really great anecdotes.

    4. J & C

      This is a very comprehensive read on various struggles you face on the mission field. Actually, the topics covered are relevant to anyone living in community with others. Overall, a very good read. It would be top on my list of recommended reading for people headed to the mission field.

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