Innovation in Mission: Insights into Practical Innovations Creating Kingdom Impact, Edited by James W. Reapsome and Jon Hirst

Innovation in Mission

Insights into Practical Innovations Creating Kingdom Impact

Edited by James W. Reapsome and Jon Hirst

Innovation in Mission
  • Length: 193 pages
  • Published: February 01, 2007
  • Imprint: IVP
  • Item Code: 5688
  • ISBN: 9780830856886

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As the world around us is changing, our methods also need to adapt in order to fulfill the unchanging vision of reaching the lost. Innovations in Missions provides outstanding opportunities to solve the great challenges of ministry in this new Century. This book is not an all-or-nothing approach to being innovative in ministry. It offers what has worked in other areas and lets the reader choose what might be a possibility for their church or ministry.

It will provide insight, encouragement and hope to those who are critically looking at the world and considering the problems that must be addressed. Missionaries, mission executives, mission pastors and mission committees wanting to adapt effective strategies in order to stay current with global changes will benefit greatly from this book.

James W. Reapsome

James W. Reapsome (d. 2017) was a pastor and served as editor of Evangelical Missions Quarterly and the World Pulse newsletter. He was the coeditor of Innovation in Mission and the author or coauthor of LifeGuide studies such as Exodus, Hebrews, Grief, Marriage, and Songs from Scripture.

Jon Hirst

Jon and Mindy Hirst are co-founders of Generous Mind, a think tank devoted to helping people be generous with their ideas. Jon graduated from Judson University with a major in Communications and a minor in Sociology. Jon has also served as director of strategic communication at HCJB Global.