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Roland Muller's first book for helping Evangelicals share their faith with Muslims. This book later became part of Muller's Trilogy, published under one title: The Messenger, the Message and the Community. It is published here alone for anyone needing to reference the original book.
This reader contains the true story of a Middle Eastern evangelist and church-planter. The first section describes his journey out of Islam and into a relationship with Jesus. The second section describes his repeated attempts to win people to Christ and form them into small fellowships.
This Companion Reader contains the story of a Chinese family who leave China and travel to Central Asia with the dream of planting churches. Each chapter of this book corresponds to and illustrates the corresponding chapter in Roland Muller's book: Understanding Islam. Designed to help oral learners remember the lessons.
This book covers the Biblical concept of Tentmaking as practiced by the apostle Paul who was both a tentmaker and a missionary. Subjects include the Biblical basis of Tentmaking and the history of Tentmaking,models of tentmaking as well as pitfalls for the would be tentmaker. 2nd Edition includes a chapter on BAM traps as well.
A fascinating look at the ancient Nabataean Kingdom! During the time of the Greek and Roman Empires, this small Arabian empire built spectacular cities in the Arabian Desert. Their ships and camel caravans traveled to far off exotic places to bring luxury goods to European markets. Most of all they are remembered for building the exotic ancient city of Petra.
How does one go about leading a team of missionary volunteers, drawn from a variety of cultures and denominations? In his new book, Roland Muller examines the differences between secular and biblical leadership, focusing in on the two main aspects of leading multi-cultural volunteer teams: motivation and communication.This book includes a wealth of resources, worksheets, and more. It is illustrate
Help for those suffering from Fibromyalgia Pain Syndrome and Myofascial Pain Syndrome. Do you know someone suffering from Fibromyalgia? This book could change the life of someone you love. Researcher D. Gibson provides a simple three step program that will make a difference!
David Gibson spent many years searching for the Garden of Eden. He was convinced that the Garden of Eden was an actual place, and that the Bible provides us clues as to its location. By carefully examining the Hebrew account, David unlocked clues that enabled him to draw a map of Eden's location. He then searches the Middle East until he is able to locate each of the four rivers of Eden. This book
Where was the ancient land of Tarshish, mentioned in the Bible? Many people have speculated. What about the future of Tarshish in Bible prophecies? Discover what David J. Gibson thinks in this thought-provoking book.
While there are many new books on Islam appearing in the marketplace, this book is unique in that it This book also links Islam with pre-Islamic Arabia demonstrating how much of Islam comes from the earlier religions in Arabia. The author has years of experience with Islam, both from an academic as well as first hand experience, and he writes with an evangelical audience in mind.
This is a very practical teach-yourself guide to opening up the Gospel for Muslims. It is about giving our Muslim friends exposure to Jesus rather than defeating them in argument. using studies in Mathew's Gospel as an example, Keys enables you to go beyond a few favorite passages and use scripture effectively.
The Mecca Question
This 20 page booklet by Jeremy Smyth examines the section of Gibson's new book on Qur'anic Geography that claims that Mecca is not the Holy City of Islam. This is a short review of the evidence presented in the larger book. The Mecca Question is free to download, copy, and pass on to your friends.
Version three of Roland Muller's ground breaking book on worldview. Intended for an evangelical audience this book presents the three common-ancestral worldviews from a Biblical basis and examines how they influence our understanding of the gospel. This book comes highly recommended and is essential reading for those wishing to work cross culturally.
4th edition. Three Critical Issues for the Cross-Cultural Church Planter. This book is now used as required reading or a text book in a variety of cross-cultural ministry courses around the world. This book includes large parts of the out-of-print books Honor & Shame and also Tools for Muslim Evangelism, plus much more. There are over 300 study questions for thought and discussion.