A Pastoral Response to Haitian Vodou by The Rev. Kesner Ajax. For those who want to better understand ministry in Haiti and its particular challenges.
The Scripture of Their Lives: Stories of Mission Companions Today, by The Rev. Canon Jane Butterfield. A series of essays from missionaries serving around the world.
Fling Out the Banner: The National Church Ideal and the Foreign Mission of the Episcopal Church, by The Rt. Rev. Ian T. Douglas. An historical overview of the foreign mission endeavors of the Episcopal Church.
Waging Reconciliation: God’s Mission in a Time of Globalization and Crisis, by The Rt. Rev. Ian T. Douglas. Papers and speeches from the meeting of the House of Bishops in September 2002 on topics of pressing concern, including the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Africa, “modern” racism and the understanding of the role of mission in a global community.
Gathering At God’s Table: The Meaning of Mission in the Feast of Faith, by Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori. Explores the meaning of mission in the context of contemporary life, reminding us of the Anglican Communion’s Five Marks of Mission.
Gospel in the Global Village: Seeking God’s Dream of Shalom, by Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori. Explores issues and challenges of deep concern to the Episcopal Church, the wider Body of Christ, and the world at large. Arranged thematically, these essays reflect on travel, issues, people, and passions, placing particular emphasis on the Millennium Development Goals.
Grace at the Garbage Dump: Making Sense of Mission in the Twenty-First Century, by Jesse Zink.Takes readers through Zink’s years in South Africa: struggling with AIDS patients to get life-saving drugs, coaching women through a micro-credit program, and teaching preschool students to sing (and dance) to “Johnny B. Goode”. An invigorating call to respond to the difficulties of our time with an active and engaged faith.
Holy Currencies: Six Blessings for Sustainable Missional Ministries, by The Rev. Eric Law. How the six blessings of time and place, gracious leadership, relationship, truth, wellness, and money flow through successful missional ministries.
The Wolf Shall Dwell with the Lamb: A Spirituality for Leadership in a Multicultural Community, by The Rev. Eric Law. This groundbreaking work explores how certain cultures consciously and unconsciously dominate in multicultural situations and what can be done about it.
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