Enquiry into the Obligations of Christians to Use Means for the Conversion of
the Heathens by William Carey. The entire text of this classic work.
Status of Global Evangelization. Source: International Bulletin of Missionary
Research, January 2002. David B. Barrett & Todd M. Johnson.
Changing Cultural Ethos of Latin America by Gailyn Van Rheenen.
Islam by Window of Opportunity. An excellent introduction to Islam.
Interview Schedule for Church Leaders When Visiting Missionaries On The Field
by Michael Landon and Ed Mathews.
Woman's Place: Women reaching women is key to the future of missions by Wendy
Murray Zoba. Great article about the history of women in missions.
Christian History by Charles Horner. Insightful summary of the history of
Christianity in China.
I Learned in China by Allen D. Hertzke. Analysis of the currrent attitude
towards Christianity in Chinese society.
I don't pray for China to open by Ralph Covell. Why do I not pray for China
to open? In short, because I think God has his harvesters in China to reach the
harvest field there.
Resolution in Chinese Churches by Johan Fu. It is often said that the problem
with the Chinese is that, instead of combining and working together against a
common adversary, Chinese attack one another. Fu claims that this characteristic
carries over into the Chinese church and in this article he attempts to identify
some of the roots of the problem and suggest ways of addressing it.
Bibliography on China and Christianity in China compiled by Ken Sinclair and
Gailyn Van Rheenen.
Tale of China's Two Churches: Eyewitness reports of repression and revival
by Timothy C. Morgan.
Dictionary of African Christian Biography. An electronic database containing
the essential biographical facts of African Christian leaders, evangelists, and
workers chiefly responsible for laying the foundations and advancing the growth
of Christian communities in Africa.
a Million Children Involved in Child Prostitution. In the race to escape poverty,
whole villages in Asia are sometimes involved in selling their children into prostitution.
at risk by James Beaunaux (October, 1993). It is difficult to picture the
number of children living on the world's streets, many unattached to any family
at all. To put it in perspective, suppose every one of the 49.6 million residents
of the 10 western states of the continental U.S. were a child on the streets.
In reality, street children in the world number more than twice that amount. The
standard reference figure quoted for street children around the world today, including
those in the U.S., is 100 million. Whole
Less Street Kid in Loja. Story of redemption in Ecuador.