Book Review of Strangers Next Door: Immigration, Migration and Mission

 
The Great Commission at your doorstep?
 
The unengaged Unreached are all around you! How will you respond?
 
More than ever, North America is being flooded by people from all around the world. How should you respond?
missions
 

J. D. Payne gets us thinking about this in his book Strangers Next Door.

As we understand and embrace the fact that the least-reached people groups now reside in (and continue to migrate to) Western countries, churches have unprecedented opportunities to freely share the gospel with them.
 

This book includes practical guidelines for doing cross-cultural missions and developing a global strategy of mission. It also highlights examples of churches and organizations attempting to reach, partner with, and send migrants to minister to their people.

 
There are not many fully taking advantage of the Great Commission opportunities in this diaspora. Those that are bearing fruit.
 
This book is worth putting on your Kindle today! Strangers Next Door.
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4 Responses to Book Review of Strangers Next Door: Immigration, Migration and Mission

  1. Khalad hussain says:

    If you are interested in the how of the great commission amongst Pakistanis, then you will not want to miss my book Against the Grain. Available from Kitab, Amazon etc. see review on Evangelical Alliance site of South Asian Forum

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