1. Mercy: The church must address physical and material needs in addition to spiritual needs. 2. Mutuality: The church need sto recognize that leaders from developing countries have access to education, technology, and growing economies, and thus demand to be heard and treated as equals. 3. Migration: The church must adapt to an increasingly multinational and multiethnic audience. 4. Monoculture: The church must realize the growing similarities among all cultures and nations as a result of global communication and marketing. 5. Machines: The church must recognize and utilize technology, which is increasingly available in remote villages, to accomplish its mission. 6. Mediation: The church must find its role as a peacemaker and mediator in an increasingly polarized world. 7. Memory: The church must take into account that distinct histories such as tragedies and oppressions shape the way that people think and respond to the gospel.
If you have a heart for missions and evangelism, this book is for you.
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