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Description: How does theological education equip people to face the challenges of mission and ministry in a changing world? This book shows how theological education can provide encouraging and helpful answers to this question.
Description: The purpose of ACE'99 - the first major Church of England conference on evangelism - was to discover what has been learnt during the Decade of Evangelism and to empower and envision the churches for evangelism in the 3rd millennium. This report is an attempt to disseminate to the wider church the contributions and findings from ACE'99, in order for the church to reflect and analyze what htey have learnt from the Decade of Evangelism and to help them develop their evangelism in the future.
The Annual Report of the Board of Missions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America
Annual Report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America
Description: This report from the Bishops' Advisory Group on Urban Priority Areas reviews what has been done since Faith in the City and looks forward to the challenges which the Church must face if it wants to maintain its presence in the city.
Annual Report of the Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America
Description: This collection of essays was commissioned by the Board for Social Responsibility to help Christians consider the issue of vulnerability in the prison context. Each chapter is written by an expert and the concluding chapters deal with prison chaplaincy and the theology of vulnerability.
Description: This text presents the 1995 recommendations of the Turnbull Commission on the organization of the Church of England.