Good Reads on Missions

Good Reads

Looking for a way to make good use of money you received in your stocking, or maybe it’s simply that time of year to follow up on some new goals and resolutions? Well, I asked our missions faculty for suggestions on good reads and recommended resources to help you out. You’ll notice some repeats, but our hope is that all of these suggestions will help encourage and sharpen you as you consider your place in God’s mission among the nations.

Bruce Ashford, Provost and Dean of Faculty, Associate Professor of Theology and Culture, Fellow for the Bush Center for Faith and Culture.

  1.  In the Shadow of the Almighty
  2. Let the Nations Be Glad 
  3. A Light to the Nations

Mike Dodson, Assistant Professor of Church Planting and Evangelism, Associate Director for North American Church Planting for the Center for Great Commission Studies, National Missionary of the North American Mission Board

  1. Facing the Change
  2. Urban Ministry

Ant Greenham, Associate Professor of Missions and Islamic Studies

  1. The Best Kept Secret of Christian Mission
  2. Out of the Black Shadows.

Scott Hildreth, Director for the Center for Great Commission Studies at Southeastern

  1. The Insanity of God
  2. From Jerusalem to Irian Jaya
  3. Finish the Mission

Al James, Professor of Missions, Associate Dean of Proclamation Studies

Missions history-

  1. From Jerusalem to Irian Jaya
  2. 10 Who Changed the World

Chuck Lawless, Professor of Evangelism and Missions, Dean of Graduate Studies Vice President for Graduate Studies and Ministry Centers

  1. Let the Nations Be Glad
  2. The Missionary Call
  3. Introducing World Missions

Greg Mathias, Assistant Professor of Global Studies, Associate Director of International Missions.

  1. In the Gap

Missionary Biographies-

  1. Mountain Rain: A Biography of James O. Frazier
  2. Hudson Taylor’s Spiritual Secret
  3. To the Golden Shore: The Life of Adoniram Judson

George Robinson, Richard and Gina Headrick Chair of World Missions Professor of Missions and Evangelism

  1. Let the Nations Be Glad
  2. Perspectives on the World Christian Movement

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