Author: Boyd, David
Publisher: Chosen Books
Year of Publication: 2008
Description: The key to reaching the nations with the gospel is to first reach the stranger who dwells among us. With this strategic principle, David Boyd set out to plant a church that focused on identifying and equipping bicultural people to share God’s love across borders of race, culture, and language. The result is a way of doing church that honors Christ’s call to reach every nation with his message of salvation while making connections between previously disconnected people. You Don’t Have to Cross the Ocean to Reach the World shows readers in any country how to reach the world through building multicultural congregations. With a firm biblical foundation, compelling case studies, true stories, and practical suggestions for implementation, this is the ideal book for everyone who wants to reach the world for Christ by starting at their own front door. The author is currently a pastor in Sydney.
Audience(s): Trainers, mature Christians, ESL teachers, Christian workers
Animist, Atheist, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Muslim
Where Obtained: Amazon Books
Comment: The author is currently a pastor in Sydney.