The Coming Revolution in World Missions

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Creation House, 1986 - 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

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User Review  - DaleCogdell - LibraryThing

This is revolutionary thinking in regards to missionary work.A must read for anyone interested in the missionary field either as a missionary or one who supports missions.This book changed my perspective on missions that I had held my entire life! Read full review

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User Review  - Ron_Gilbert - LibraryThing

Yohannan unabashedly points out the failings of Christians--particularly American Christians--in the area if missions, and rightly points to the root sins of pride, unbelief, and worldliness that ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
11
How Many Would Be Beaten and Go Hungry?
17
Dreaming the Dreams of God
28
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Yohannan is founder and international director of Gospel for Asia. He was born and raised in India.

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