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100 Years of African Missions - Essays in Honor of Wendell Broom
January 1, 2001
by ACU Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||391|
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This item: Years of African Missions - Essays in Honor of Wendell Broom by Stanley Granberg Paperback $ Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by 5/5(1). The book is organized into four major sections. Section I introduces Wendell Broom.
Section II is "God's Call to a Continent: People and Places." Section III "Mission Strategies and Issues".
The final section, Section IV, is entitled "Concluding Thoughts" and shares some concluding thoughts on the future of African missions and the African church. Get this from a library. years of African missions: essays in honor of Wendell Broom.
[Wendell Broom, Sr.; Stanley E Granberg;]. by Stanley E. Granberg Description The book is organized into four major sections. Section I introduces Wendell Broom. Section II is "God's Call to a Continent: People and Places." Section III "Mission Strategies and Issues".
The final section, Section IV, is entitled "Concluding Thoughts" and shares some concluding thoughts on the future of African missions and the African church. The final. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (ix, pages): maps: Contents: Introduction --Wendell Broom: A Biography --Reflections on the 20th Century in African Missions --Archery, Dentures, and Eagles: Missionary Metaphors of Wendell Broom --A Survey of Work in Southern Africa --A Survey of Work in West Africa --A Survey of Work in East Africa.
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Covering five centuries--from the rise of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church in the 15th century and the early Portuguese missionaries right through to the Church and its key role in Africa today--this major new volume is the first complete history of the Christian Church in Africa.
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Venture into the world of overseas missions from an African-American perspective. This collection of articles takes you deep into the history of missions in the African-American community.
You will learn of the struggles to stay connected to the world. In recent years, the study of mission history has achieved a remarkable vitality, partly owing to the ready availability of material but deriving more fundamentally from a growing integration with the major thrusts of contemporary African by: Profiles of African-American Missionaries is an extraordinary book which is a must read for anyone interested and concerned about missions, particularly within the context of the African-American faith community.
It really should, on the one hand, help us celebrate those who in many ways are unknown heroes and heroines in the field of missions. African Americans and Global Missions: The Great Omission Why So Few. Of 42 million African Americans, perhaps as many as are cross-cultural missionaries today.
The Great Commission has been the Great Omission in the Black Church for particularly the last 20. Intwo Roman Catholic priests of the Society of African Missions (S.M.A.), Father Auguste Moreau and Father Eugene Murat, arrived at Elmina and revived the Roman Catholic Church in Ghana.
The American Episcopal Evangelical (A.M.E.) Zion Church owes its foundation in Ghana to Bishop J. Bryan Small, who started work first at Keta in A member of the CMS, Henry Venn, boasted that the mission schools of Nigeria would produce an educated African elite that could “form an intelligent and influential class of society and become the founders of a Kingdom which shall render incalculable benefits to Africa” (Venn cited in Bassey ).
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WRIGHT is Distinguished Teaching Professor of History, Emeritus, at SUNY-Cortland, he was Scholar-in-Residence at the Rockefeller Study Center in Bellagio, Italy. He is the author of African Americans in the Early Republic, — and The World and a Very Small Place in Africa: A History of Globalization in Niumi, The Gambia, 3rd ed., and is co-author of The .