The short-term missions boom: a guide to international and domestic involvement
Michael J. Anthony
Baker Books, 1994 - Religion - 236 pages
By the year 2000, nearly three-fourths of all missions work will be done by "short termers", from teens to retirees. Now--in this guide to recruiting and planning--Tony Campolo and 15 others show how to develop the congregation's vision, involve Christians in a world missions organization, and develop projects close to home.
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Developing the Vision
Igniting Volunteers to Become World Christians
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