Wednesday 13 July 2016

Mission Frontiers 38, 4 (July-August 2016)

The July-August 2016 issue of Mission Frontiers, published by the U.S. Center for World Mission, contains a number of articles on ‘International Students: Planting the Seeds of Movements’.

Editor Rick Wood writes:

‘Today, more people are traveling more widely and freely than ever before. Never in history has it been easier to communicate the gospel to those from unreached people groups...

‘One of the most strategically important of these human migrations is that of international students. ere are currently around 750,000 international students in the U.S. and they come from nearly every country in the world, many of which missionaries cannot enter. These students are the best and brightest the nations of the world have to o er and these countries are choosing to send them to us at their expense. These students will return to their host country to become the future leaders and influencers in their society. is is a God-ordained opportunity for us to reach the peoples of the world through these students.’

Individual articles can be accessed from here, and the whole issue (5 MB) can be downloaded as a pdf here.

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