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African-American experience in world mission : a call beyond community / editors, Vaughn J. Walston, Robert J. Stevens. - Revised study guide edition. - Pasadena, California : William Carey Library, (c)2012. - viii, 214 pages ; 25 cm

Includes bibliographical references (pages 197-199) and index.

Moving beyond the community / Missions in the local church : four pastors' perspectives / Am I my brother's keeper? The search for African-American presence in missions / The role of the African-American church in global evangelization / Black American missionaries in Africa : 1821-1925 / African missions and the African-American Christian churches / A brief historical survey of African-American involvement in international missions / Black man's burden / Joseph Jeter / An interview with elder Donald Canty / Virgil Amos / Dr. Ben Johnson : an intellectual force in the black missions movement / Wanted : black missionaries, but how? / Back to Africa / Negro missionary reaction to Africa symposium / Is anyone safe around here? / My experience as a West African missionary / Central Asia : cross-cultural perceptions and experiences / The missing black missionary / ColoradoMINAD and the Adopt-a-Village initiative : mobilizing the African-American church for missions and demonstrating reconciliation to the world / How Black is the harvester? A profile of the African-American intercultural missionary force : the extent of the problem / A history of Christianity in Africa / Working in unity / The African Christian Fellowship, U.S.A. : strategic links with the diaspora and the world / The challenges of an effective missionary strategy / Jesus in African culture : a Ghanaian perspective / Mobilizing the African-American church for global evangelization / Rebecca Walston and Robert Stevens edited by Rebecca Walston Michael Johnson Vaughn Walston William Seraile Sylvia M. Jacobs David Cornelius Robert Gordon Thomas M. Watkins Wendell Robinson edited by Southeast Regional Office of USCWM Thomas M. Watkins Leslie Pelt Harold R. Isaacs Jeanne Davis [and others] Michael Johnson Daisie Whaley ; edited by Shannon Newlin Cecil Stewart Dick Hillis Brian Johnson and Jack Gaines Jim Sutherland Mark R. Shaw Brian Johnson Elijah O. Adeoye and Matthew N.O. Sadiku ; edited by Frank E. Gainer Chinaka S. DomNwachukwu Kwame Bedaiko Vaughn Walston.

Venture into the world of overseas missions from an African-American perspective. This collection of articles takes you deep into the history of missions in the African-American community. You will learn of the struggles to stay connected to the world of missions in spite of great obstacles. You will read of unique cultural experiences while traveling abroad. You will feel the heart for fulfilling the Great Commission both in the African-American community and beyond. All text remains the same in this revised edition, with the exception of new study guide questions at the close of each chapter. The questions can be used to help facilitate discussions in Sunday School, Bible study, seminary classes, conference workshops and other group or individual studies. ~ AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0878084614/ref=ppx_od_dt_b_asin_title_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1



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African American missionaries.
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