The communication of a cross-cultural missionary vision to national churches / by Rosemary Elizabeth Walker. [print]

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Contents:
Setting for the Study The World The Church World Missions Focus of the Research The Topic Theological Orientation Missionary Zeal and Passion for Unreached Peoples Cross-Cultural Training Ministry Styles Transfer of Authority and Responsibility Partnering and Internationalizing in Mission Summary Research Questions Research Methodology Research Strategy Procedures for Implementation of the Research Selection of Participants Instrumentation Delimitations of the Study World Congresses on Evangelism Mission Agencies and National Churches Selected Limitations of the Study Accuracy of Records Missiological Principles or Regional Peculiarities? ; Importance of the Study Importance of the Study to Me.
Theological Orientation Modelling of Missionary Zeal and Passion for Unreached Peoples Cross-Cultural Training Cultural Anthropology Contextualization Cross-Cultural Evangelism Ministry Style Autocratic or Democratic Styles and Long-Term Consequences Directive or Participative Decision-Making Task Orientation or Relations Orientation Charismatic Vision or Bureaucratic Administration Summary Transfer of Authority Partnering and Internationalizing in Mission Summary.
Theological Orientation Missionary Zeal and Vision for Unreached Peoples Cross-Cultural Training Ministry Styles Transfer of Responsibility and Authority Partnering and Internationalizing Summary Conclusion.
Participants Interview Schedule Management and Styles of Leadership: Profile of Organizational Characterisitics.
Dissertation note: Thesis M.A.-TEFL/Intercultural Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions, Columbia, South Carolina
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Thesis M.A.-TEFL/Intercultural Columbia Biblical Seminary and Graduate School of Missions, Columbia, South Carolina

Chapter 1. The Research Topic

Setting for the Study The World The Church World Missions Focus of the Research The Topic Theological Orientation Missionary Zeal and Passion for Unreached Peoples Cross-Cultural Training Ministry Styles Transfer of Authority and Responsibility Partnering and Internationalizing in Mission Summary Research Questions Research Methodology Research Strategy Procedures for Implementation of the Research Selection of Participants Instrumentation Delimitations of the Study World Congresses on Evangelism Mission Agencies and National Churches Selected Limitations of the Study Accuracy of Records Missiological Principles or Regional Peculiarities? ; Importance of the Study Importance of the Study to Me.

Chapter 2. Findings

Theological Orientation Modelling of Missionary Zeal and Passion for Unreached Peoples Cross-Cultural Training Cultural Anthropology Contextualization Cross-Cultural Evangelism Ministry Style Autocratic or Democratic Styles and Long-Term Consequences Directive or Participative Decision-Making Task Orientation or Relations Orientation Charismatic Vision or Bureaucratic Administration Summary Transfer of Authority Partnering and Internationalizing in Mission Summary.

Chapter 3. Conclusions and Recommendations

Theological Orientation Missionary Zeal and Vision for Unreached Peoples Cross-Cultural Training Ministry Styles Transfer of Responsibility and Authority Partnering and Internationalizing Summary Conclusion.

Appendix

Participants Interview Schedule Management and Styles of Leadership: Profile of Organizational Characterisitics.

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