Evangelizing Immigrants

Evangelizing Immigrants

by Glenn Rogers
     
 
Evangelizing Immigrants is an investigation into why so many immigrants become Christians after immigrating to America. After discussing immigration trends and statistics, as well as the challenges of immigration, Dr. Rogers discusses the results of 50 interviews he conducted with immigrants from seven different cultural contexts who were converted to a conservative

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Evangelizing Immigrants is an investigation into why so many immigrants become Christians after immigrating to America. After discussing immigration trends and statistics, as well as the challenges of immigration, Dr. Rogers discusses the results of 50 interviews he conducted with immigrants from seven different cultural contexts who were converted to a conservative protestant expression of the Christian faith after arriving in the U.S. Each interviewee explains why he or she was converted and offers advice to church leaders who want to work effectively with immigrants. Ministers who lead immigrant churches are also interviewed and provide advice for effective outreach in immigrant communities. In synthesizing the results of his research, Dr. Rogers does not offer a step-by-step program for immigrant outreach (because such a thing is not possible), but provides a foundational way for church leaders to think about how to serve this important and growing segment of the American population.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780977439683
Publisher:
Mission and Ministry Resources
Publication date:
08/14/2006
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.37(d)

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