Revolution in World Missions

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Charisma Media, 1996 - Religion - 205 pages
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He was barefoot until the age of 16. In this exciting and fast-moving narrative, K. P. Yohannan shares how God brought him from his remote jungle village to become the founder of Gospel for Asia, which now supports 7,000* native missionaries in ten Asian countries. He challenges Western Christians from his unique Third World perspective--to examine and change their life-styles in view of the millions who have never heard the gospel. This book could change your thinking and your life. (*as of 1992)

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Life changing book!

User Review  - Robert - Christianbook.com

Reader beware! Do not read this book unless you are prepared to be fundamentally transformed. It has been several years since I have read this book but I still cannot shop in a store, eat in a ... Read full review

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This book is INCREDIBLE! It will give you a different outlook on life. It really brought me back to what being a "Christ" like Christian is all about. KP Yohannan has clearly pinpointed the truths ... Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Dr. K.P. Yohannan has written more than 200 books in India and 6 in the United States, including the bestseller Revolution in World Missions, with more than 1.5 million copies in print. Founder and international director of Gospel for Asia, he coordinates the efforts of more than 14,000 native missionaries, heads a church-planting movement made up of approximately one million baptized believers, and gives direction to 54 Bible colleges that train more than 8,000 students each year for the mission field. K.P. lives near Dallas with his wife, Gisela.

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