Mission from the Margins: Selected writings from the life and ministry of David A. Shank

Book, 2010, 357 pp
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David A. Shank has been reflecting on the mission of the church from an Anabaptist perspective for more than half a century. His writings represent among the best biblical, theological, and missiological study on the matter, shaped by two primary contexts--Europe and Africa--where his ministry took place. This collection will be of particular interest to global church leaders wanting to know more about how to contextualize the gospel message, to mission and church historians interested in examining how missiological thought and practice evolves over time, and to pastors, students, and mission workers seeking insights from a wise elder as they serve the church through its mission efforts in the twenty-first century.

David A. Shank, retired in Goshen, Indiana, served as a Mennonite mission worker with his wife Wilma in Europe (1950-73) and West Africa (1979-89).
PublisherHerald Press

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