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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Paul H De Neui
|Description:||xiii, 229 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||More pro-Jesus than anti-Buddha: developing positive leaders / Russell H. Bowers, Jr. --
"You think in lines, we think in circles": oral communication implications in the training of indigenous leaders / Steve Evans --
Empowering fourth generation disciples: grassroots leadership training in Japan and beyond / Mitsuo Fukuda --
Developing church leaders through apprenticeship / Carolyn S. Johnson --
Developing transformational leaders for church multiplication movements in the Buddhist world / David S. Lim --
Leadership development among neo-Buddhist disciples / J.N. Manokaran --
Understanding and strategizing Christian leadership development for the Thai Buddhist context / Chansamone Saiyasak --
Training indigenous leaders in Thai Buddhist contexts / Alex G. Smith --
The Buddhist monk's leadership role as parish priest and its impact on Christianity in Sri Lanka / G.P.V. Somaratna --
Emerging indigenous leaders for Jesus movements in the Myanmar Buddhist context / Peter Thein Nyunt.
|Series Title:||SEANET series, v. 10.|
|Responsibility:||Paul H. De Neui, editor.|
"Every movement is only one generation from dying out. Leadership development remains the critical issues for mission endeavors around the world. How are leaders developed from the local context for the local context? What is the role of the expatriate in this process? What models of hope are available for those seeking further direction in this area, particularly in mission to the Buddhist world of Asia? To answer these and several other questions, SEANET proudly presents the tenth volume in its series on practical missiology, Developing indigenous leaders: lessons in mission from Buddhist Asia." - Back Cover.
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