Reaching and Teaching: A Call to Great Commission Obedience (Paperback)
Reaching and Teaching: A Call to Great Commission Obedience (Paperback)
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  • 256 Pages
  • Publisher : Moody Publishers
  • Publication Date : Published April 2010

Reaching and Teaching: A Call to Great Commission Obedience (Paperback)

Sills, M. David

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Product Description:

Listen to a message by David Sills from Nehemiah 4 entitled Working for the Lord. (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary)

Product Description: All Christians understand that Christ has commanded us to reach the lost around the world. Yet, Christ's command is broader and deeper than simply reaching them. He has called His church to make disciples of all people groups and to teach them to observe all He commanded us. Reaching and Teaching examines this task and emphasizes the need for a thorough and balanced missiology that is obedient to it.

While evangelism and church planting are essential components of a biblical missions program, they are merely the first wave of the task to which we have been called. Reaching and Teaching surveys contemporary missions methodologies and advocates a return to the biblical task of reaching and teaching the nations for Christ’s sake. Outlining issues essential to establishing a ministry that results in discipled and trained national believers, Sills provides examples of what is left in the wake of reaching and leaving too quickly.

Whether you are a seasoned missionary, student, or newly curious about missions, Reaching and Teaching will reveal ways you can be more faithful to what Christ has called and equipped you to do.

256 Pages
Published April 2010

About the Author:

M. David Sills (BA, Belhaven College; MDiv, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary; DMiss, PhD, Reformed Theological Seminary) is professor of Christian Missions and Cultural Anthropology, Billy Graham School of Missions and Evangelism at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He joined Southern Seminary after serving as a missionary in Ecuador, where he served as church planter and general evangelist among the Highland Quichua people in the Andes and as president and professor at the Ecuadorian Baptist Theological Seminary.