It was a tremendous honor to be a part of a truly landmark text on missiology that has just recently been released from Regnum Books and the Global Diaspora Network. Scattered and Gathered: A Global Compendium of Diaspora Missiology is a monumental work of some 600 pages that seeks to provide a broad treatment of a subject that is absolutely critical for 21st mission thinkers and leaders.
In my section, I was able to work with a number of authors from around the world to treat the subject of "The Mission of the Church in Global Diaspora." My co-editor was Grant McClung and joining me as authors were Lachi Adhikari, P. Rajendran, Sam George, Carol Mack-Lacey, Chandler Im, John Oh, Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu, Ken Baker, T.V. Thomas, and Lawrence Ko.
As a contributor, I am certainly not unbiased in my commendation of this book, but I am very proud of it. There is no question that I will be referring people to it for years to come. I'm even beginning to plan some follow up book projects that I think will be very exciting.
You can order it online through Amazon.com.
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