Java and Justice: Journeys in Pentecostal Missions Education, edited by B. Brenneman, W. R. Brookman, and N. Muhovich. Minneapolis, MN: North Central University Press, 2006.
Sponsored by the Department of Intercultural Studies and Languages at North Central University, this handy volume presents foundational issues in educating students for missions in the 21st century by presenting 19 essays by 17 contributors.
Essays in this volume include:
- The shame and the glory of being a Pentecostal: a personal journey / Bob Brenneman
- A legacy of Pentecostal missions education at North Central University: 1936-2006 / Dan Notely
- Story telling: a Biblical model of missions education / Nan J. Muhovich
- Planting ethnic churches in urban America / Richard and Farella Shaka
- Prepared in the fire: Argentine revival and missionary training / Rocky Grams
- The explosion of spiritual gifts and fervor in Celtic missions / Carolyn Tennant
- Spirit, mission, and the religions: toward a p(new)matological/Pentecostal theology of religions / Amos Yong
- Biblical justice: caring for the poor and oppressed / Nan Muhovich
- Ministry in hostile areas / Mark Hausfeld
- The veil worn and the veil torn: reflections from the inside / Myra Crane
- Sexual slavery and the gospel / Beth Grant
- From Noah to Saddam: the story of the Kurds / Bob Brenneman
- Missions and politics: the China connection / Robert Doebler
- Scholars, saints, servants and soldiers: 4 metaphors in training / Bob Brenneman
- Teaching and mentoring in a postmodern world / Nan Muhovich
- The odyssey of language learning / W. R. Brookman
- Out of Africa: preparing for the next generation of Pentecostal missionaries / Doug Lowenberg
- Latinos al mundo (Latins to the world) / Brad Walz
- Enemies within, enemies without: the nexus of Christian spiritual warfare / Wilson Awasu
Paperback, 359 pages. $13.95 plus shipping. Order from: University Bookstore, North Central University, 910 Elliot Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55404. Ph. 612-343-7887.
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