Key Lessons from Indonesian Believers (Matthew 18:1-4)

From Talbot Chapel: Spring 2012

Dr. Sappington emphasizes the fact that to address the changing landscape of the modern-day church, Western evangelicals must humbly realize what we do not know about the issues facing non-Western Christians, and engage in intentional dialogue with them to find ways to facilitate our mutual spiritual growth and effectiveness in ministry.

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Authors

  • Thomas J Sappington  

    • Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies
    • Chair, Department of Missions and Intercultural Studies, Talbot School of Theology

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    3. Key Lessons from Indonesian Believers (Matthew 18:1-4)

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